Please join the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth’s White Swan Theatre, Studio 1, on March 22 at 1pm for a public lecture by Professor Stephani Etheridge Woodson. She will be covering how arts engagement and drama can be used to enact real tangible change.
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are happy to share job opportunities for Aspex Art Gallery in Portsmouth.
Aspex Gallery will host ‘Substance’ next March – a one-day event exploring artist’s books as an interactive art form presented by Dave Kirby. CCI is pleased to announce that Dr Maureen O’Neill and other University of Portsmouth staff will be taking part.
The Aspex Futurators are proud to present ‘The People’s Symposium’, a series of talks delivered by artists, creatives and academics for the people of Portsmouth.
BA (Hons) Photography students, Vera Hadzhiyska and Robbie Spotswood, have set up a new art organisation; Bohemian. They are looking for local and international artists to exhibit their work in association with The King’s Theatre, Southsea.
From 8 – 16 August 2015, the picturesque Borough of Fareham and it’s market town will play host to a fantastic nine days of art, music, theatre, workshops, literature and film in multiple venues. See below more about opportunities to take part or volunteer to help.
BA (Hons) Illustration graduate Roberta Fidora and Languages graduate Tom West* are the co-founders of the Portsmouth and Southsea Consortium and organisers of the Southsea Night Markets.
This Sunday, artists, art appreciators, and families looking for a unique day out will descend on Old Portsmouth. It’s time for the third annual Spice Island Art Trail, as part of Portsmouth Festivities 2015. This exciting event provides Hampshire artists with a unique opportunity to showcase their work in the historic buildings of Old Portsmouth.