Rebecca Galbraith is a Lecturer at the University of Portsmouth who teaches Architecture in the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, believing the adequate education not only leads students to become architects but also gives them a broader understanding of the environment around us.
At this year’s edition of the DV Mission 48h Film Challenge, three groups of BA (Hons) Film Production students from the University of Portsmouth racked up a total of 6 nominations and won 4 awards.
As a partner of the city’s longest-running arts festival, the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth is proud to announce that Portsmouth Festivities launches its annual event starting on Friday 12th June.
A recent MA Photography graduate from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth has just been selected as one of the 8 artists in Aspex Gallery’s 2020 Emergency Programme.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth is pleased to announce an Acting Fundamentals course taking place in April 2020.
The CCI Faculty is pleased to announce a new short course that helps you unlock the potential of your mobile phone to create high quality video footage.
Professor of Film and Screen Studies Deborah Shaw will have her inaugural lecture “From Latin American Cinema to Transnational Screens: A journey through key films and television series”.
As former Being Human festival participants, the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries from the University of Portsmouth has been invited to make applications to be part of the 2020 festival.
A Film Production student from the University of Portsmouth recently took the opportunity to join Cinematographer Ben Hodgson’s camera department on set for three weeks in Morocco.