The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries is delighted to share the news that Patti Gaal-Holmes, University of Portsmouth alumna, is exhibiting her work part of the Heimweh exhibition at Art Space Portsmouth.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares, University of Portsmouth alumnus, Kye Wilson’s moving image artwork Angel:legnA will be shown as part of “POST DIGITAL STAR” the 10th edition of MADATAC video art and new media audio-visual art festival.
University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries Alumnus, Kye Wilson, presents his latest moving image artwork, Angel:legnA.
In the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, as well as in the rest of the University of Portsmouth, we like to check in with our past students and see what their lives have become since graduating. We ask them about their careers, does it link to their course of study in Portsmouth or is it completely different? Do they still have any of the relationships they formed at university? Do they have any plans for further education in the future? But most importantly, we just say hello, and hope they are doing well.
On Friday 05 December 2014 the Lord Mayor of Portsmouth, Steven Wylie, visited the Creative and Cultural Industries Faculty of the University of Portsmouth for a guided tour of the building.
Mark Witton is a paleoartist, he is University of Portsmouth Alumnus after receiving a PhD focusing on the paleobiology of pterosaurs, and is part of the University of Portsmouth faculty. He will be exhibiting his paleoart here in Eldon! Words from the Paleoartist – Mark Witton [colored_box variation=”mossgreen”] [one_half] I never really set out to be a paleoartist, and certainly