Between January and April, Aspex Gallery will be hosting TRANSFORMATION, a solo exhibition by artist Sarah Taylor Silverwood commissioned by The New Art Gallery Walsall in 2019 and presented support from the University of Portsmouth’s Interreg EU-funded PONToon project.
Last month the PONToon team attended a cross-border event in Plymouth where partners from across the UK and France came together to test our apps and make plans for the final year of the project. This event gave the team the opportunity to reflect on what had been a busy and productive year.
August saw the launch and success of the PONToon Festival, an event where young women were invited to a series of free workshops with the aim of bettering their digital and personal skills.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares an update from PONToon, a University of Portsmouth research project that seeks to fuse digital technologies and creative industries with existing support services to improve access to employment opportunities for women from diverse backgrounds.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries PONToon project PhD student Carolyn Watt, performed her work in progress piece Be my (body) guest at the XR Circus industry showcase event, May 21 st at the Brighton Spiegel Tent.
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, hosted the launch party, for PONToon, a new project targeting socially excluded women.