This year the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries Graduate Show 2017 took place on June 2nd, and saw Eldon host exhibitions and performances of work from students across courses.
BA (Hons) Illustration student Danielle Hackett has designed a T-shirt for the Wedgewood Rooms, who are asking a series of local artists to create limited edition designs to celebrate their 25 year anniversary.
Following the HotHouse immersive weekends which took place during early 2016 and previous ‘meet ups’, the HotHouse programme organised an informal evening for colleagues, collaborators and friends to catch up in the New Year.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth last week hosted the prestigious launch of Express FM, which has recently relocated to the CCI Eldon Building.
Portsmouth, to a creative writing student, has a rich and entrancing history. As the birthplace of Charles Dickens, and home to famous literary figures such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Rudyard Kipling and H.G. Wells, this city remains the perfect choice for prospective students. With a strong and dazzling writing heritage, follow the footsteps of past writers around the city and discover both their influences and inspiration on your journey.
If your looking for a space to show case your work, put on a performance or host an event…. here’s a list of places that may be perfect for you. There are spaces available on and off campus. We are adding more and more spaces to our contact list all the time. If you need any advice or want to tell us about your experiences showcasing your work or contacts you have made please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Creating Balance Project led by Claire Sambrook is being showcased at the prestigious London Design Festival 2013. It is the result of a year-long collaborative project, initiated by the University of Portsmouth in association with iconic British brand Anglepoise and local community group, Strong Island. The project features the work of CCI staff and students in our capital city accompanied by a talk at the V&A.
This year, the School of Architecture’s exhibition opening will be held on 21st June at Portland Building. The show will bring together students final projects across each course showing the results of their study, research and skills developed during their time in the School. These skills include critical thinking about design and practical skills in drawing, making, designing, CAD, modelling.