Members of staff from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth are taking part in an initiative to raise awareness and aid the work in Hampshire on tackling Child Criminal Exploitation (CCE).
University of Portsmouth partner, Jilin Animation Institute are running a competition throughout May and June, which is focused on entrepreneurship. Students from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are encouraged to enter the contest into one of the nine major categories.
The University of Portsmouth would like to invite you to the thought-provoking ‘Futures for Food’ virtual symposium on Thursday 28th May, 2-5pm.
Dr Olly Gruner, Senior Lecturer in Visual Culture at the University of Portsmouth, received a prestigious Fellowship from the University of Texas for his research project “Writing the Hollywood Renaissance: Screenwriting and American Film, 1967-1980.”
Leading publisher Routledge will soon release the ‘Contemporary Processes of Text Typeface Design’ monograph by Dr Michael Harkins, MA Graphic Design Course Leader at the University of Portsmouth.
Dr Alison Habens is the Academic Lead (Communication) for the School of Film, Media & Communication within the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries. She is also the Course Leader for the BA (Hons) and MA Creative Writing courses, where her area of teaching and research overlap.
Portsmouth Creates, for whom the University of Portsmouth is a stakeholder, needs your input to a survey, researching how Covid-19 and the lockdown have affected the cultural sector in our City.
Second-year BA (Hons) Drama and Performance students from the University of Portsmouth were working on a performance called ‘The Race 2020’, which was to be part of an international festival of performances facilitated through the US-based Sojourn Theatre Company. Now that the lockdown has taken over events, things have to be adapted further.
On Friday 5 June 2020, the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth will be holding an Online Conference for Postgraduate Research students, on the theme of ‘Mapping – Uncharted Territory’. The WebEx conference organised by Dr George Burrows is open for 100-word proposals until 5pm on Friday 15 May.
PhD student at the University of Portsmouth, Maddie Wallace, shares her experience of single parenting, studying and working during the pandemic.