A team of University of Portsmouth, CCI, Drama and Performance students are hosting a writing workshop, to raise awareness for Mental health and PTSD.
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries encourage staff and students to get involved in the Star & Crescent’s upcoming journalism training course.
University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries staff members are participating in the Bookfest 2018 event; The Truth can be Dangerous: Telling the Stories of our Lives.
The University of Portsmouth is collaborating with Portsmouth Bookfest and Portsmouth Writers’ hub, to bring to CCI the Guide to Victorian Sex.
Aspex Gallery will host ‘Substance’ next March – a one-day event exploring artist’s books as an interactive art form presented by Dave Kirby. CCI is pleased to announce that Dr Maureen O’Neill and other University of Portsmouth staff will be taking part.
Complimentary tickets are available to University of Portsmouth staff and students for the Portsmouth Writers’ Hub Press & Social Media Day for Writers on 25th June 2017 in Eldon Building organised by Tom Sykes, Senior Lecturer in the School of Media and Performing Arts at the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries.
Tom Sykes, Creative Writing lecturer at the University of Portsmouth, has published a chapter in A Global History of Literature and the Environment.
Creative and Media Writing lecturer, Tom Sykes, has written for Private Eye Magazine about the election of Rodrigo Duterte, the controversial new president of the Philippines – you can read the story below.