The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are delighted to welcome house historian, Melanie Backe-Hansen, to the University of Portsmouth Eldon building for a talk about her historical research and recent book ‘House Histories: Secrets behind your front door’.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares an opportunity for University of Portsmouth students to volunteer for the ‘Discovering Guildhall’ heritage project. This lottery-funded project is a fantastic opportunity that brings to life the memories and historical events that surround Portsmouth Guildhall. Earlier this year, Portsmouth Cultural Trust – the organisation responsible for the management of Portsmouth Guildhall – announced receipt
The University of Portsmouth is collaborating with Portsmouth Bookfest and Portsmouth Writers’ hub, to bring to CCI the Guide to Victorian Sex.
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries around proud to present a public seminar by Professor Deborah Sugg Ryan, entitled: “The 1924 Pageant of Empire: Modernity, spectacle and re-imagining space”
Professor Deborah Sugg Ryan, Associate Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, at the University of Portsmouth, is to star in a major new BBC series called A House Through Time.
Laurel Forster was pleased to host the SBHG at Portsmouth in Eldon Building in April 2017.
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.
The University of Portsmouth Choir joins forces with the Solent Symphony Orchestra, Portsmouth Cathedral Choir, St Mary’s Church Choir and soloists from the Royal College of Music to benefit local musical charities while realizing a research project led by Dr George Burrows.