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
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
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries is proud to publish a profile piece on Dave Allen, the retired Head of School for Media and Performing Arts, a local musician, and amateur artist, who is driven by his love and passion for music, the arts, and Portsmouth.
Aspex, New Theatre Royal and the Portsmouth Cultural Trust are delighted to present the Evolve Symposium, which will discuss the use of language and labels within the arts when working with people with SEN/D and on the autistic spectrum.
Aspex Guildhall is delighted to present ‘Merch’, a diverse selection of hand printed concert memorabilia from the South Coast’s Petting Zoo Prints and Collectables.
Portsmouth Guildhall will be holding their second industry day on the 2nd December 2015 as a part of their ‘Get into Music’ programme, which will have a live events focus.