Game Jams are highly social events in which teams of people try to make a computer game in a very short space of time. For the University of Portsmouth Game Jams, the teams are allowed one week to design, make and present their game. Teams can make any type of game they wish, but the main idea must be inspired by one of three random articles generated from Wikipedia by the organisers on the first day.
Crowdfunding is a brilliant and effective way to raise money for your creative projects. As students leading the way with innovative new creative practice, you need effective ways of raising funds for your projects.
You are invited to participate in a community art project. The aim of the project is to provide an opportunity for the expression of a personal connection to our city through the creation of individual and unique ‘tiles’. Each tile, covered in any material, is to be worked to show a personal response to the words ‘My Portsmouth’; an expression
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for CCI students to attend a talk by Tony Lamsdale, the graduate recruitment manager from IBM, about careers at IBM discussing not only what roles they have, but also about the selection process giving insight into how bigger companies operate.
Alumna Sarah Kent graduated from BA(HONS) Illustration, University of Portsmouth in 2013. Since graduating, Sarah joined the fast and highly creative BDT Marketing: Graphic Design and illustration of Hampshire County Council as a graphic designer after a three month internship with the organisation. Already considering herself lucky, she also features on a double page spread in this month’s Cosmopolitan Magazine for being one of six finalists in their front cover design competition.