The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are happy to announce, a Christmas Concert, at the Royal Marines Museum.
This 2017 exhibition hosted by the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at Portsmouth Guildhall, marks the 50th anniversary of the so-called ‘Summer of Love’ with a particular focus on Portsmouth in the late 1960s, and the legacy of those interesting times.
Dr George Burrows, of the University of Portsmouth’s Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries has been appointed a Reader in Performing Arts.
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.
Aspex Gallery, in partnership with Strong Island, Victorious Festival and the University of Portsmouth, are developing an exciting new project for 2017/18. Working with local artists, Aspex will be commissioning new artworks to be exhibited as part of a creative arts trail around the site of Victorious Festival in 2017. See how you can get involved below!
Are you a student or member of staff interested in supporting homelessness in Portsmouth? Adrian Collis, who hosts the Soft Rock Show with Geoff Dorsett on Monday evenings at Express FM in CCI Faculty’s Eldon Building, is taking part in the Tea, Coffee, or Something Homeless Project.
The Portsmouth Cultural Trust is delighted to share with you its 2017 Get Involved in Music and Arts Programme. The programme features wonderful opportunities for all the community to engage with the many programmes put on by the Cultural Trust and its many fantastic partners.
The Annual St Valentines Day Massacre returned for its fifth installment this February, raising £872 for Youth Music. For the past five years a collection of local bands have come together to mutilate songs of love, lust and heartbreak.
The Spring is offering a unique opportunity for artists from any discipline to receive £1000 to support the research and development of a bespoke creative project for the museum. Open to film makers, dancers, visual artists, theatre makers, writers, musicians or other artist, take part to help rethink the museum’s heritage offer and reimagine the interpretation of the community’s history.
Are you a member of a band in your spare time? CCI are looking for an experienced and professional high quality musical group to perform at the Graduate Show 2017, attracting nearly 3000 visitors to Eldon.