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Fine Art students from Arts University Bournemouth have created a new ident for ITV’s broadcast channels.
A group of eight BA (Hons) Fine Art students from AUB have been working with Course Leader Richard Waring to create a large-scale dynamic charcoal drawing of the ITV ident which will be shown to more than 38.5 million viewers on ITV1 from 5-9 August.
Sea/Film is a film programming and events organisation committed to bringing alternative film and cinema to Yorkshire, the Humber and the North East.
They use film and culture to inspire new connections, conversation and community. By supporting local emerging talent; like filmmakers and creative people with a platform to showcase their work. They also bring in people and film from outside the region for inspiring events and experimental cinema.
Arts University Bournemouth were the big winners at this year’s New Blades modelmaking show in London, winning a host of awards, including ‘Best of Show’.
BA (Hons) Modelmaking students from AUB, took home nine of the 14 awards on offer, ranging from Best Architectural Model to Best Use of Technology.
A Foundation student from Arts University Bournemouth has exhibited work at this year’s Origins Creative Arts Festival at The Old Truman Brewery in London.
Nick Denisov, who studied the Film & Animation Foundation pathway at AUB, exhibited his music video Deep Water at the annual three-day exhibition, which celebrates the work and achievements of students completing UAL Awarding Body qualifications.
Students from a number of courses Arts University Bournemouth have exhibited work at this year’s D&AD New Blood Festival.
The exhibition, which drew the BA Summer Show series to a close, displayed graduate work from universities from all over the country.
BA (Hons) Visual Communication graduate Dan Cramer has won Gold for his work at the Creative Conscience Awards.
First year BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design student Jasmine Hunt has been awarded first prize for design work around centres providing palliative care in Bournemouth.
Winning first place for ‘best project presentation’, Jasmine’s awarding came as the BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design programme entered the Architects for Health Student Design Awards, hosted by the Wellcome Foundation, for the first time.
Graduating BA (Hons) Fine Art students showcased F.A.Q at the Old Truman Brewery in London this July as part of the annual Free-Range summer show.
Free-Range, a celebration of art and photography, transforms huge warehouse spaces at the Old Truman Brewery in East London for three weeks, showcasing work from over 800 students, from 50 institutions.
BA (Hons) Commercial Photography graduating students showcased their work in Hoxton Arches Gallery, this June, in an exhibition named Triggered.
Triggered presents the work of 42 of the third-year cohort’s work who have recently graduated from the course.
Bournemouth Film School graduates took the opportunity to view their short films on the big screen at the annual BFI screenings this June.
Graduating students from BA (Hons) Animation Production, BA (Hons) Film Production and BA (Hons) Visual Effects (VFX) for Film and Television attended the celebration on Thursday 27 June, held at the BFI Southbank. The event is open to the public and industry as well as the courses in attendance, and provides a brilliant opportunity for the new graduates to network.
AUB’s Bournemouth Film School has awarded Film Production student Rebeka Andersone the Rycote Sound Award 2019.
Rebeka Andersone has been awarded the Rycote Sound Award 2019 at Arts University Bournemouth’s 2019 Graduation Ceremony for her work specialising in sound production and design across both documentary and fiction film.