Jeannie creates works for galleries, relational projects, dialogical based residencies, participatory projects, and public art commissions. her approach is to create relevant artworks that act as a signifier and stimulant for the viewer to re-consider common actions and issues that have a personal connection as well as global implications.
Sophie Main is completing her second-year Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork & Jewellery MA student at the Royal College of Art, London under the supervision of Professor of Hans Stofer. Stofer , Head of Programme, is curious about how people think, why they use what they use and how this forms the premises for shaping attitudes.
James Rutherford recently won this year’s BAFTA Award for Television Craft , Digital Creativity for his work during the coverage of the London Paralympics 2012. James, a 2002 University of Portsmouth graduate in Bsc(Hons) Entertainment and Technology, is currently the Multiplatform Commissioning Editor for Sport Editor (MPCEs).
24 year old Jen from Bagshot recently set upon an exciting business venture by buying a Franchise of My Little Princess Parties for the Surrey Heath, Woking and East Berkshire areas. Jen graduated from The University of Portsmouth in 2010 with a degree in Creative and Performing Arts.
Lecturers and students from the BSc (Hons) Television and Broadcasting course are celebrating winning a prestigious Royal Television Society Award in the student factual film category.
Tim Dykes, a final year computer games student from CT has had his submission accepted for presentation at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology conference – the major forum in the world for GPU computing.
Four UoP graduates from the course BSc (Hons) Television and Broadcasting, have embarked on a career launch of a lifetime thanks to an industry link with leading broadcast solutions service provider Gearhouse Broadcast.
Toni Ndikanwu, who graduated from UoP with a MA Fine Arts, is having a solo exhibition at the 1st Floor Gallery in Southsea Library from the 3rd -17th of December.