The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares an opportunity for University of Portsmouth academics. The Southern Universities Network (SUN) is hosting Creative and Digital Industries events and invite academics to attend.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares an opportunity for University of Portsmouth students to volunteer for the ‘Discovering Guildhall’ heritage project. This lottery-funded project is a fantastic opportunity that brings to life the memories and historical events that surround Portsmouth Guildhall. Earlier this year, Portsmouth Cultural Trust – the organisation responsible for the management of Portsmouth Guildhall – announced receipt
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares news of two new Audience of the Future Design Foundation projects here at the University of Portsmouth. ‘XR Audience Centred Design – The Future Theatre’ and ‘Designing Disgust – Why do we feel the need to judge?’ will be projects based within CCI. XR Audience Centred Design – The Future Theatre ‘XR
After ten days of playful events at this year’s Portsmouth Festivities, thousands of people engaged in a variety of activities. The highlights of the festival included Martha & the Vandellas, Mary Wilson, Denis MacShane & Peter Hitchens, Parkour, TALISK, Peter Donohoe, Wayne Marshall and John Harle.
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.
A PhD student from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, at the University of Portsmouth, won the best paper award at the international DPASSH (Digital Preservation in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) conference held in Dublin on 25 and 26 June.
The featured video above showcases Sandi Toksvig’s appeal for funds for CCI’s feature length animation film Stina and the Wolf. The film trailer has already won an award, and this is an exciting opportunity for you to propel the film onto the next level by raising funds to finish it.
A BSc (Hons) Digital Media graduate from the University of Portsmouth recently raised money for Great Ormond Street Hospital, of which she combined the charity event with her dissertation.
The event, “Is a Data Warehouse a Data Archive and Why Does It Matter?” will be co-hosted by the E-ARK project (coordinated in Portsmouth), the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) and the UK Data Archive. They are delighted to invite you to a workshop on the preservation of relational databases. The event is free but you must register here. Relational database management systems
The event, “Is a Data Warehouse a Data Archive and Why Does It Matter?” will be co-hosted by the E-ARK project (coordinated in Portsmouth), the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) and the UK Data Archive.