The School of Media and Performing Arts continues its commitment to community by offering free performances in five schools throughout Portsmouth.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries recently hosted the prestigious GTC Awards Ceremony which is the Guild of Television Camera Professionals – Bill Vinten University Awards, an honour that was awarded to the University of Portsmouth in 2016.
The future of live theatre entertainment is being turned on its head thanks to a unique collaboration between the University of Portsmouth, the New Theatre Royal and a Brighton theatre company.
A fascinating video has been produced as part of a research project from academics and filmmakers at the University of Portsmouth in the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries.
Students from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries produced an innovative 360 degree video to promote Portsmouth’s world-class tourist attractions to some of the most important decision makers in the cruise ship industry at Europe’s premier cruise expo, Seatrade Europe.
Fashion students at the University of Portsmouth are running a series of events this week promoting sustainable fashion. The activities are part of Fashion Revolution, an international movement highlighting some of the exploitative and environmentally damaging practices in the fashion industry and challenging the way that clothing is produced, sourced and consumed.
Deborah Sugg Ryan, Professor of Design History and Theory and Associate Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth, has written a blog article for the British Academy.
Local musician and filmmaker Matthew Tiller is documenting Portsmouth’s DIY music scene during the pre-production phase of his University of Portsmouth’s Masters in Film and Television.