Dr John Fox, University of Portsmouth Senior Lecturer in Police Studies, collaborates with Drama and Performance students from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries in the Portsmouth Child Death Immersion Program.
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries is thrilled to share highlights from the 2019 Graduate Show, which opened on Friday 7th June. The annual Graduate Show offers students an opportunity to showcase their hard work to families, creative professionals, academic staff, students, employers and members of the public. Throughout the Graduate Show Preview Evening at
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth share a new vacancy opportunity at GymBuddy, a tech start-up company, focused on connecting people through exercise, healthy living and positive mind. They are a mobile app business, bringing fresh ideas to implement new technologies into the world of health and fitness through innovation.
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, is proud to share the news that Katherine-Jayne Watts has won the Graduate Fashion Week’s Sports and Leisurewear Award for her final year collection, The Last Breath.
Graham Spencer, from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth, has recently had an article published in Harvard’s Negtiational Journal as well as being a peer-reviewer for the British Academy themes applications.
Lara Torres, University of Portsmouth staff in the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, will be showing her work this week in an installation curated by Linda Loppa during Pitti Uomo in Florence: a conversation with the Pitti Immagine concept bringing the city closer to the new premises of the Manifattura Tabacchi project.