There is currently space for local digital creative businesses to join Cell Block Studios. Cell Block Studios is a University of Portsmouth and Portsmouth Naval Base Property Trust joint project and an Innovation Space Partner. Whether you’re a web designer, graphic designer or any other digital business looking for a new space, Cell Block could be right for you.
This year the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries Graduate Show 2017 took place on June 2nd, and saw Eldon host exhibitions and performances of work from students across courses.
There is an exciting opportunity for the right artist, creative or maker to join the Hotwalls Studios! If you are looking to take the next steps to work as a professional artist then the studios may be the perfect space for you.
As part of Fashion Revolution Week (24th – 28th April) at the University of Portsmouth, Innovolvement hosted FashionHack on Monday 24th April and Wednesday 26th April, which encouraged people to re-purpose old garments while incorporating an element of technology.
Look Up is a high impact, outdoor gallery, produced by ArtReach as part of Journeys Festival International, where artworks are scaled up to large format and exhibited high up on the exteriors of buildings across the city. The Festival is seeking applications from an artist/artists to create 6-8 artworks for the 2017 Look Up exhibition in Portsmouth. This is a paid commission with an inclusive fee of £1,500 offered.
Het Nieuwe Instituut, the Dutch institute of architecture, design, and digital culture, announces an open call for three research fellows to work in residence from September 2017 to February 2018. Since its founding in 2013, Het Nieuwe Instituut has fostered research initiatives in the form of exhibitions, events, archival investigations and publications by a variety of practitioners, independent researchers, academics and curators.
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.
This student design competition is sponsored by a Japanese Bank to help revitalize the regional Ibaraki economy in Japan. It asks students to create designs for local Ibaraki products, in this case tea. The winning design will be selected by the company producing the product and the packaging will be produced with the name of the student and their institution. The winning student (or representative student if a group submission) will be invited to visit Ibaraki for one week during the summer of 2017.
The University of Portsmouth’s School of Architecture have developed an exciting residential summer school programme for 2017 that will offer participants the experience of architectural education at a UK University.
The Spring is offering a unique opportunity for artists from any discipline to receive £1000 to support the research and development of a bespoke creative project for the museum. Open to film makers, dancers, visual artists, theatre makers, writers, musicians or other artist, take part to help rethink the museum’s heritage offer and reimagine the interpretation of the community’s history.