A new three-day drawing course on Palaeoart will take place in the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries between 4th-6th March.
A four-session creative writing course between 22nd February – 14th March to help committed writers get going by setting realistic aims, exploding myths and discussing their ideas and problems.
Kings Theatre Portsmouth is currently offering, Student Standby, which allows University of Portsmouth students to pick up theatre tickets for a number of their shows for just £10 on the day of the performance.
The Music, Dance, Theatre and Performance Research Group from CCI are starting their Seminar Series for 2019/20 on the 3rd of October in Studio 1, White Swan Building. The seminars are open to both staff and students, especially postgraduate researchers.
Peta Tattersall’s Introduction to Drawing 8-week course will return in January 2020 for its third iteration. Artists of all skill levels are welcome to sign up.
Hornpipe Theatre Company is currently open for applications to those interested in their Small Grants scheme. This opportunity is targeted at local projects aiming to improve quality and sustainability of the arts in schools.
The University of Portsmouth is currently recruiting Postgraduate Student Ambassadors to help support and promote postgraduate study opportunities and activities.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares a solo exhibition from University of Portsmouth MA Photography student, Vera Hadzhiyska. Her exhibition ‘With the Name of a Flower’ can be found in the Four Corners Gallery in London from 3rd – 7th September.
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.