Langstone Harbour and the city’s Northern Quarter are two of the areas chosen by students for an architectural makeover. As part of their course, architecture students from the University of Portsmouth’s Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries looked at different areas of the City of Portsmouth and explored how they would approach architectural developments. Their visions of the city won’t be
BA (Hons) Graphic Design 2016 graduating students, Ryan Robinson and Harry Lewis Irlam, have been featured in the top ten for New Designers on Digital Arts.
Illustrated Menagerie, an annual project undertaken by first year BA (Hons) Illustration students at the School of Art and Design, and curated by senior lecturer in Illustration Nicola Hay, has been selected by a panel of judges for a group exhibition of work to be displayed in Portsmouth Guildhall from the 12th March to 7th June 2016.
Throughout the summer months of 2015, the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries have held away sessions in order to gain an understanding of each schools innovative experiences and creative interests.
To mark Portsmouth Guildhall’s 125th Anniversary and ongoing partnership between Portsmouth Cultural Trust (PCT) and the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries (CCI) at the University of Portsmouth, we are delighted to invite CCI students to submit a proposal to showcase new creative work as part of an ongoing exhibition programme occupying a pivotal position in the building. It is hoped the work produced will enrich the visual and cultural experience of visitors to the Guildhall.
Final year BA (Hons) Illustration student, Bhavisha Vadgama, has been selected for the Guildhall Graduate Award, a new initiative by Portsmouth Guildhall Cultural Trust in partnership with the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries. Bhavisha’s prize is to have her own exhibition, starting Wednesday 8th July, within Portsmouth Guildhall’s Freda Swain Lounge continuing until the end of October 2015. The exhibition