Blogging for creatives: how designers, artists, crafters and writers can blog to make contacts, win business and build success With all the graduate employment initiatives from Purple Door and the Innovation Space Portsmouth’s economy seems to be flourishing. There are …

Creative Arts Book of the Week 12/03/15 Read more »

This week’s book of the week is Phaidon Atlas of 21st Century World Architecture.  You can find it in the Large book section which is at the end of the book sequence in Zone 2B of the University Library.  It …

Creative Arts Book of the Week 19/02/15 Read more »

Charles A. A. Dellschau  1830-1923 I was very keen to review this new book on Charles Dellschau (1830-1923). He was an American artist and a former butcher.  When he retired at the age of 68 he spent the next 20 …

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You can find Economist.com through the library catalogue or by selecting the My Subject tab on our home page and then browsing some of the Business School pages where you will also find lots of other recommended resources. Once you …

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This week I’ve selected How to write about contemporary art by Gilda Williams from the Library new books display.  I’ve chosen it because it gives invaluable advice on all aspects of writing about art, from how to write an academic …

Creative Arts Book of the Week 03/02/15 Read more »

This week’s book is the Metric Handbook.  Why? Because architecture students are very keen to access it.  It is one of those oddities that is hidden within another resource, in this instance, Construction Information Service.  The Metric Handbook is a …

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Fashion entrepreneurship: retail business and planning by Michele M. Granger and Tina Sterling (2nd edition). This lovely book was ordered for the art and design unit Enterprise planning and retail and has just arrived.  See the reading list here. The …

Creative Arts Book of the Week 04/01/16 Read more »