A group of UK and Chinese students have been finding out if fashion-factions can cross continents by looking at how clothing expresses who you are and which ‘tribe’ you belong to, after an exciting fashion exchange between the University of Portsmouth’s Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries and Wuhan Textiles University in China.
There is currently space for local digital creative businesses to join Cell Block Studios. Cell Block Studios is a University of Portsmouth and Portsmouth Naval Base Property Trust joint project and an Innovation Space Partner. Whether you’re a web designer, graphic designer or any other digital business looking for a new space, Cell Block could be right for you.
CVAN South East is seeking an experienced freelancer to help boost their regional profile and information sharing in the visual arts sector through the website, social media, a new e-bulletin and live events for artists and professionals in the region.
The Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) is delighted to announce that the 2017 Research in Film Awards is now live.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, Enterprise and Innovation Researchers, colleagues and the International Office, in partnership with the International University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (IU) have been successful in securing €15,000 from the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Scheme to support the development of low-tech solutions to antibiotic resistance.
There is an exciting opportunity for the right artist, creative or maker to join the Hotwalls Studios! If you are looking to take the next steps to work as a professional artist then the studios may be the perfect space for you.
Portsmouth Festivities has collaborated with Torchlight Heritage and the University of Portsmouth’s School of Creative Technologies to bring you Portsmouth’s first ever live and interactive user lead city-wide form of eventing.
As part of Fashion Revolution Week (24th – 28th April) at the University of Portsmouth, Innovolvement hosted FashionHack on Monday 24th April and Wednesday 26th April, which encouraged people to re-purpose old garments while incorporating an element of technology.
The University’s Academic Registry is looking for temporary staff for Summer work – applications are open to existing staff and their families, and students.
Inspired by our Main Space exhibition ‘Everything Comes from the Egg’ by Stephen Turner, this workshop will explore the traditional technique of UV/Sun printing, used to create the famous Prussian blue prints.