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BA (Hons) Commercial Photography course leader, Conrad Tracy will open his latest exhibition Sometimes Antisocial, Always Antifascist at the Parkside Gallery, at Birmingham City University.
The exhibition focuses on the supporters of German football club, FC Sankt Pauli and the way they are breaking down the stereotypes often perpetuated by British and European football supporters.
MA Illustration course leader Lisa Richardson presents WITHIN AND BETWEEN: Women, Bodies, Generations.
The exhibition is a collaboration of work from three female artists; Clair Chinnery, Janice Howard and Lisa Richardson and BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design students, open from 1st April 2019, at Oxford Brookes University. The exhibition will also tour to TheGallery AUB in 2020.
Bournemouth Film School were delighted to welcome British Film Director, Animator and Co-Founder of Animation Studios Aardman, Peter Lord CBE to AUB last week.
Peter spoke to students about the 40 year history of Aardman Animation, sharing anecdotes and photographs from the studios over the years, talking through its span from drawing, to puppetry, commercials to film. He began the talk with a showreel including some of the Aardman favourites – Pirates!, Wallace and Grommit and Morph.
The Biomachine: Proteins in Praxis
The Biomachine: Proteins in Praxis is a collaborative exhibition between Arts University Bournemouth BA (Hons) Fine Art students and the Structural Genomics Consortium. Students have been invited to respond to the medical research processes that happen at their Oxford laboratory, with the exhibition seeking to highlight the importance of research into biochemistry.
AUB Productions are to open their latest production Lord of the Flies at Pavilion Dance South West, Bournemouth.
The production, directed by Erica Gould is a collaborative student project between BA (Hons) Acting, BA (Hons) Costume, BA Performance Design and Film Costume and BA (Hons) Make-up for Media and Performance and is part of a series of productions for this year’s final year graduating student projects.
Bournemouth Film School are delighted to announce two wins at the Regional Royal Television Awards this year.
Stop motion animation Anna has a busy Spring ahead.
Our 2018 graduate animation is set to screen at three festival over the coming months.
Athens Animfest takes eight
Athens Animfest, the oldest Greek animation festival, takes place from Thursday the 14th of March until Sunday the 17th of March 2019, in Athens, Greece, with more than 340 animated short films from Greece and other 49 countries.
This Saturday marks the 60th birthday of the original Barbie Doll, released in 1959.
BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design students have created a full-size, real life version of the original first box and outfit, with Barbie wearing the same black and white swimsuit, sporting her signature ponytail and standing in a replica box. The modern twist comes with her holding a smart phone, wearing the latest trainers and carrying a pro-vegan tote bag.
Alexandra is a Visiting Tutor for the BA (Hons) Photography course at AUB, and will be exhibiting in America this month.
Her exhibition Stop Motion: in search of the still image takes place at the Hanes Art Gallery, Wake Forest University in North Carolina.
Filmmakers Webb-Ellis awarded Jerwood/FVU award to develop their film For The First Baby Born in Space
A filmmaking duo who met during their time at Arts University Bournemouth are one of two filmmakers who have been awarded a Jerwood/FVU award of £20,000 to further develop their film For The First Baby Born in Space.
BA (Hons) Acting graduate, Yvonne Grundy graduated in the summer of 2018, at which time she had already landed a major part in a new Thomas and Friends film, Big World, Big Adventures, voicing the Kenyan train, Nia.
We caught up with Yvonne to find out about life post-AUB in the acting industry.