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.
Professor Steffen Lehmann, Founding Director of the Cluster for Sustainable Cities, is co-editor of the new book entitled: Growing Compact. Urban Form, Density and Sustainability.
Dr Rebecca Janicker, Senior Lecturer and Course Leader in the School of Media and Performing Arts at the University of Portsmouth, has recently edited a collection of essays, Reading ‘American Horror Story’: Essays on the Television Franchise, which has just been published by McFarland.
Dr Fabiano Lemes, of the School of Architecture at the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth is launching his latest book at the end of March.
All CCI Staff and Students are welcome to join local fashion historian for her talk relating to her latest book ‘Nautical Chic’ on Thursday 25th February at 6.30pm in Eldon lecture theatre EW 1.11. Join fashion historian, Amber Jane Butchart, for a talk on her new book Nautical Chic tracing the relationship between maritime dress and the fashionable wardrobe, uncovering
Dr Graham Spencer, a Reader in Politics, Conflict and the Media, in the School of Media and Performing Arts is the editor of a new book The British and Peace in Northern Ireland (published by Cambridge University Press), which will be launched at Blackwell book shop in Portsmouth.
A BA (Hons) Illustration alumnus from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries is having his book The Princess and the Fog published, which was part of his MA Illustration degree whilst studying at the University of Brighton.