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.
The University of Portsmouth is proud to announce that an academic and an alumnus from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries were part of an installation which was displayed and awarded at the International Architecture Biennale of Buenos Aires.
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.
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.
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.
Dr Louis Netter, BA (Hons) Illustration Senior Lecturer recently created an animation for the independent No.6 Cinema which has been used to introduce their screenings.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth are very proud to report recent success by creative staff, students and alumni at The News Guide Awards held at the Kings Theatre.
Horti-BlueC is an international multi-partner research project which aims to develop a ‘sustainable greenhouse’ model for the cultivation of tomato and strawberry crops. At the University of Portsmouth, the project is led by Joan Farrer, Professor of Design and Innovation.