After undergoing a placement year at the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth, our Promotions Assistant Jaelithe Swan looks back on her time with us.
This year’s Best Game Design Award has been won by Matthew Whitby, who created a computer game that took place both on the computer and in the real world as a part of his final year project.
Assessing group work and incorporating an element of peer review or evaluation can be a fraught process that can lead to friction. The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries’ School of Creative Technologies at the University of Portsmouth use Teammates to smooth assessment and evaluations.
MA Photography student Krasimira Butseva recently appears on Bulgarian National Television discussing her work, exhibitions and awards. She was invited to their studio in Sofia.
An animated film depicting teddy bears as refugees by a Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries student at the University of Portsmouth has won an award from the charity, Refugee Education Across Conflicts Trust (REACT).
Doug Smith, a graduate of the Fine Art Degree at Portsmouth College of Art, returned to Portsmouth this March to visit the city.
More than 96 per cent of University of Portsmouth graduates are finding jobs or continuing with their studies within six months of graduating, according to national figures released this week.
A neglected and forgotten space in the city has been transformed into a place for music and fun, thanks to University of Portsmouth students from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries and local pupils from Priory School.
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.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, Enterprise and Innovation Researchers, colleagues and the International Office, in partnership with the International University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (IU) have been successful in securing €15,000 from the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Scheme to support the development of low-tech solutions to antibiotic resistance.