Post Graduate Researcher and Part-Time Lecturer Marco Biceci, from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth, wrote a monologue for Journeys Festival International. An organisation that hosted events across Portsmouth last month in support of refugee and asylum seekers.
The University of Portsmouth are in collaboration with Journeys Festival International to host some of their events in the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries’ Eldon Building. It’s a large festival with events planned all over the city of Portsmouth.
University of Portsmouth, Creative and Cultural Industries staff and students are being offered the opportunity to take part in Journeys Festival International 2018, by becoming a Look Up artist for Leicester.
Directed by Evi Stamatiou, a lecturer in the School of Media and Performing Arts, #refugeeswelcome is a response made by sixteen Musical Theatre students at the University of Portsmouth to artist’s Nikos Papadopoulos’ work Plasticobilism, which was exhibited in outdoors spaces in Portsmouth during the event Look Up.