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 Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are proud to share the news that University of Portsmouth’s, Roger Tyrell has been invited to Baltimore, USA, to talk about his book ‘Aalto Utzon Fehn – Three Paradigms of Phenomenological Architecture’.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries invites Univerity of Portsmouth staff and students to Portsmouth Psych Fest 2019. A music festival on Saturday 4 May, 12pm, in the Wedgewood Rooms + Edge of the Wedge.
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 are proud to share the success of BA (Hons) Animation alumni, William Laban. Will graduated from the University of Portsmouth in 2012, since then he’s won awards for his work including the 2016 John Lewis Christmas advert – ‘Buster the Boxer’.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries invites University of Portsmouth students to your share creative talent in the #CCIStudentShowcase on the CCI Instagram account. Share your images or films with us for a chance to feature in a weekly showcase starting Friday 1st March.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are hosting a presentation by Dr James Thompson, from the School of Architecture, about his new book Narratives of Architectural Education and architectural education research in the University of Portsmouth Eldon Building (room EW1.10), Wednesday 20th February, 1pm.
Prof Deborah Sugg Ryan, from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth, made a presentation on her book Ideal Homes, 1918-39: Domestic Design and Suburban Modernism, at Kingston University’s Modern Interiors Research Centre annual symposium at Dorich House Museum on 30 January.