Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries Graduate Show 2021
We’re excited to present our Creative and Cultural Industries Graduate Show, online for the second year running.
In this digital exhibition of award-winning talent, over 230 graduates of the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are featured. It's one of the largest degree shows in the UK, celebrating innovative flair across a variety of disciplines.
Our congratulations go out to all of our 2021 graduates as they embark on their creative careers.
If you missed our first virtual Graduate Show last year, you can also check that out.
With the challenges of the past year, I am very proud to see the incredible work of this year’s graduates being shared as part of our digital showcase. The creativity, resilience and focus that our students have shown in producing these works is truly outstanding, and clearly demonstrates why so many of them have already secured fantastic jobs across the creative industries.
Graduate Show 2021 design winner
This year's show identity was designed by Animation student Imogene (Immy) Goodman, whose concept was selected for its hand-drawn originality, flamboyance, and celebratory style, combining 2D and 3D animation techniques.
You can learn more about Immy's experience at the University of Portsmouth in her graduate story.
Browse our showcases
Immerse yourself in the showcases below and explore the work of innovators in the making.
Read our graduates' experiences
At graduation point in the creative journey, students are recognised by the creative industries for their outstanding work, such as Graphic Design graduate Emma Brookes, who has already secured her first job after graduating and won a number of prestigious awards.
Students in the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries can also begin their creative careers even before they graduate by taking a placement, giving them valuable experience as creative professionals. Film Production graduate Cristian Necula completed a placement as Promotions Assistant, which involved developing creative content for the Faculty's news and social media platforms, as well as working on a feature film in Morocco.
There are many more success stories to be discovered. Delve deeper into some of them below.