MA Photography student Krasimira Butseva recently appears on Bulgarian National Television discussing her work, exhibitions and awards. She was invited to their studio in Sofia.
An animated film depicting teddy bears as refugees by a Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries student at the University of Portsmouth has won an award from the charity, Refugee Education Across Conflicts Trust (REACT).
A neglected and forgotten space in the city has been transformed into a place for music and fun, thanks to University of Portsmouth students from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries and local pupils from Priory School.
Chloe Hunt, third year Graphic Design student from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth, has won the Faculty’s Graduate Show Design Competition.
A Media Production Centre (MPC) film was shortlisted for Learning on Screen Award this year.
A group of three alumni from the School of Architecture has won the Young Architect of the Year Award. The prestigious award recognises the most promising architectural practice from across Europe, with the category being open to fully qualified architects who have been registered to practise for under 12 years.
BA (Hons) Illustration student Danielle Hackett has designed a T-shirt for the Wedgewood Rooms, who are asking a series of local artists to create limited edition designs to celebrate their 25 year anniversary.
MA Photography student Krasimira Butseva has had one of her photographs chosen as Calvert Journal’s photo of the week.
A short independent movie shot partly at the University of Portsmouth has won a best sci-fi film award at a festival in California. Emotional Motor Unit – a science fiction romance set in a future world where citizens’ feelings are repressed through medication – scooped the award at the Golden Gate International Film Festival in San Francisco. Shot this summer