For a week, Portsmouth will have a means of communication across borders through an exchange of messages with UK detention centres, which will later form a sound artwork, as part of The Channel installation.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, at the University of Portsmouth, is delighted to share news of the City of Sanctuary Panel Discussion being held as part of Journeys Festival International.
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are pleased to share a job opportunity from Journeys Festival international.
University of Portsmouth, Creative and Cultural Industries staff and students are being offered the opportunity to take part in Journeys Festival International 2018, by becoming a Look Up artist for Leicester.
Following on from the successful Culture and Mobility Seminar, hosted at the University of Portsmouth by the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, Journeys Festival International in collaboration with New Theatre Royal and the Aakash Odedra Company, hosted a performance of #JeSuis (in progress).
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries and CRaB in the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences are delighted to host an academic seminar with an exciting line up of academic panelists and practitioners in support of Journeys Festival International (JFI) Portsmouth responding to newly commissioned performance #Jesuis.
Directed by Evi Stamatiou, a lecturer in the School of Media and Performing Arts, #refugeeswelcome is a response made by sixteen Musical Theatre students at the University of Portsmouth to artist’s Nikos Papadopoulos’ work Plasticobilism, which was exhibited in outdoors spaces in Portsmouth during the event Look Up.