St Edmund’s is a local inner city Secondary School with little open or green space. The headmaster, Simon Graham, is seeking to enhance a number of sites in the school with original and varied art works and wishes to offer this opportunity to any student within the CCi Faculty.
Sky Arts, in association with Ideas Tap, is giving away five bursaries of £30,000 and mentoring support to young emerging artists aged 18-30 from the UK and Ireland.
Are you a recent graduate from the University of Portsmouth?
Are you an artist who works in a visual fine art context?
If the answer is ‘yes’ to the above questions you are eligible to apply.
Questions of Home: Excavations in Film & Fragments Lost in the Ether was inspired by a recent residency by Patti Gaal Holmes in the artist’s ‘home’ country, South Africa, and a collaboration with Australian singer/songwriter Emily Barker on the subject of ‘home’ exhibition at the aspex gallery.
School of Art, Design and Media and School of Creative Technologies present the Summer Show 2013. If you haven’t been, you must. As always it is a fantastic display of contemporary work in the arts that is full of promise from our future generation of creative industries practitioners. This year students have excelled creating new work that shows interesting ideas
The 72 World Science Fiction Convention will be held at the International Conference Centre, ExCeL, London Docklands from Thursday 14 to Monday 18 August 2014 and are looking for student exhibitors. Are you an undergraduate or a graduate? Are you interested in exhibiting your work at Loncon 3.
Jeannie creates works for galleries, relational projects, dialogical based residencies, participatory projects, and public art commissions. her approach is to create relevant artworks that act as a signifier and stimulant for the viewer to re-consider common actions and issues that have a personal connection as well as global implications.
Sophie Main is completing her second-year Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork & Jewellery MA student at the Royal College of Art, London under the supervision of Professor of Hans Stofer. Stofer , Head of Programme, is curious about how people think, why they use what they use and how this forms the premises for shaping attitudes.
Barry Zee and Peter Missen, UoP MA Fine Art students, are presenting ‘Foreign Bodies’ at the new White Elephant gallery in Eastney, Portsmouth. Peter is currently researching the aesthetics of binary based codes for his MA in Fine Art. Barry is currently researching political economy visual symbols through photography for his MA in Fine Artdegree.