PONToon | Journeys Festival International Portsmouth
PONToon is an innovative digital arts project led by University of Portsmouth aiming up-skill women aged 18 – 35, with digital skills.
As a project partner, in early 2018 commissioned artist Linda Mason to deliver an 8 week workshop for women from migrant backgrounds.
The result is an exhibition in Fratton's St Mary's Church (PO1 5PA), celebrating the women’s achievements and showcasing their creative journey into using digital skills to express themselves.
You can see the works:
- 19 - 26 October (9.00 - 12.00hrs) - closed Monday 21 October.
- Saturday 27 & 28 October (12.00 - 17.00hrs).
About Journeys Festival International Portsmouth
Journeys Festival International celebrates the creative talent of exceptional refugee and asylum seeker artists and shares the refugee experience through great art.
The festival takes place annually in the cities of Leicester, Manchester and Portsmouth. It explores the refugee experience through a whole range of free arts activities including live music, hands-on artist-led workshops, theatre, performance, film, discussion, exhibitions, storytelling, pop-up events and more!
Journeys Festival International aims to bring the talent of local, national and international refugee artists to the general public - creating a positive interface with the community.
CLICK HERE to view the full festival programme (Portsmouth).
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