The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries is delighted to invite you to the opening event of an exhibition in association with the University of Portsmouth. ‘Challenging Stereotypes of Roma, Gypsy & Traveller People’ will be held at the Portsmouth Guildhall in the ‘Basement Gallery’ on Thursday 22nd November 5-7pm.
Molly Burns, a PhD student from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth, wrote a monologue for Journeys Festival International. Mulberry Tree was read out at the Journeys Festival International Weekender that took place last month.
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are pleased to share volunteering opportunities with Cheltenham Music Festival 2018. Cheltenham Festivals is looking for friendly, hard-working and enthusiastic volunteers. Volunteers will be needed from Tuesday 3rd July, to Monday 16th July to help with all aspects of running a successful festival. This would be a valuable experience especially
The Conflict and Culture Research Group presents: Films are not your Friends with Matthew Alford(University of Bath) and Tom Secker (Independent Scholar). Do you ever wonder if films and TV shows are deliberately trying to make you think a certain way? Is anything “unsayable” on screen? And what happens if you do say it? In this 90-minute multimedia workshop, you can
The Aspex Futurators are proud to present ‘The People’s Symposium’, a series of talks delivered by artists, creatives and academics for the people of Portsmouth.
On Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd of January, The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries held the first session of the HotHouse Programme 15/16 focusing on the theme of Democratic Citizenship.
Final year BA (Hons) Illustration student, Bhavisha Vadgama, has been selected for the Guildhall Graduate Award, a new initiative by Portsmouth Guildhall Cultural Trust in partnership with the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries. Bhavisha’s prize is to have her own exhibition, starting Wednesday 8th July, within Portsmouth Guildhall’s Freda Swain Lounge continuing until the end of October 2015. The exhibition
This is a call for people and venues to get involved in The Found Hour, a city wide cultural event on the 24th October. It will be a continuation of the successful The Lost Hour event in March, which celebrates the beginning of British Summer Time.