The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries invites University of Portsmouth staff, students as well as the general public to ‘Cookbooks: Do they have a future in the digital age?’. An open discussion with keynote speaker Jack Monroe, author of Cooking on a Bootstrap, and panellists; Lulu Grimes (hub director, BBC Good Food) and Katie Quinn (food vlogger and author).
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries (CCI) at the University of Portsmouth is delighted to announce a design competition aimed at CCI students. Students studying any creative course within the faculty will have an opportunity to demonstrate their design skills in this competition. The prize is £1000*.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are excited to share news of a competition to design a Memory Booth for the Discovering the Guildhall Project. The University of Portsmouth is one of the City of Portsmouth partners working in collaboration on this Heritage Lottery funded project.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares the story of James Dowling after his recent award winning success. James is an Arch Vis/CG artist living in Brighton & Hove, who graduated from the University of Portsmouth in 2010 with a degree in BA (Hons) Animation.
The Faculty of Creative Industries shares news of the new Fellowship project that’s partnered with the University of Portsmouth. The Fellowship is a work placement with a salary of £15,000 and it gives students, academics and post-graduates the opportunity to explore the future of theatre with Magic Leap technology.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares a University of Portsmouth student success story. Team Tardigrade are BA (Hons) Film Production students have won 4 awards as part of ‘The Final Stand’, a 48-hour film challenge.
University of Portsmouth lecturer Dr Van Norris, from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, has a paper included in a sub-section of ‘The Animation Studies Reader’. A renowned collection of texts from the animation industry.