August saw the launch and success of the PONToon Festival, an event where young women were invited to a series of free workshops with the aim of bettering their digital and personal skills.
During October and November 2019, Portsmouth Darkfest will unfold, an annual festival encompassing everything gloomy and mysterious. Amongst the organisers and speakers at the event, the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries is represented by William Sutton, Dr Tom Sykes, Dr Alison Habens and Amanda Garrie.
University of Portsmouth and Portsmouth Film Society announced their collaboration for the 9th Black History Month’s Film Festival to be held in Eldon Building throughout the month of October 2019.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth invites contributors to Engage 2019. Engage is the NCCPE’s annual conference, providing an opportunity for all those interested in public engagement in higher education to come together, to be inspired, challenged and refreshed.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares news of Ben Hodgson’s invitation to the ’Taniel Varouzhan Annual Lecture’’ at Ghent University. Ben is a Senior Teaching Fellow in BA (Hons) Film Production, here at the University of Portsmouth.
Professor Deborah Sugg Ryan, from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth, is to star in the second series of the popular BBC factual series A House Through Time.
Dr Marius Kwint, from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth, will be chairing a film screening of Louis Kahn’s Tiger City at the Museum of Modern Art in New York on 9th April.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares an update from PONToon, a University of Portsmouth research project that seeks to fuse digital technologies and creative industries with existing support services to improve access to employment opportunities for women from diverse backgrounds.