There’s more than one route into studying in our creative community. From Evening & Saturday Courses, to Foundation and BA courses, to research degrees, you’ll find a path through AUB that suits you. Simply select the course level you’d like to study.
BA (Hons) Creative Events Management students host a rocking Science and Arts themed event in the CRAB Drawing Studio.
As part of their Live Event Brief, Level 5 Creative Events students worked with the Mary Anning Rocks, a charity set up to remember the paleontologist, Mary Anning and raise funds to install a statue on the Jurassic Cost.
AUB Graphic Design Network Event 2019
BA (Hons) Graphic Design students have been busy preparing for their network event on Tuesday 19th February. The event gives second-year students the opportunity to present their website portfolio to an industry professional and receive feedback.
Jack Lawrence graduated from AUB in 2014, after completing his foundation course and BA (Hons) Graphic Design degree.
Since graduating he has worked for Southampton Football Club and set up his own design studio, Tails Creative. We spoke to Jack to find out more about his time at AUB and his experiences as a professional designer.
Hannah Salisbury studied BA (Hons) Textiles at AUB, graduating in 2016 and has gone on to work for menswear brand Pretty Green.
Here, Hannah tells us about her time at AUB, not getting too acclimatised to university life, and what it’s like being a creative in the working world.
Joanna Paterson studied BA (Hons) Commercial Photography at AUB, graduating in 2006. Since then she’s worked with a host of brands, such as John Lewis, Marks and Spencer and O2. She’s travelled to the other side of the world in pursuit of her craft, and even returned to AUB as a visiting tutor. Joanna talks to us about all things freelance, achieving goals and finding mentors.
“I came to AUB because it was still doing the two-year foundation degree”, says Joanna.
Costume designers will be able to further extend their knowledge and understanding of bringing history to life for the modern age thanks to a new book by Arts University Bournemouth lecturer, Mandy Barrington.
Mandy is a Senior Lecturer in Costume at AUB and has a passion for researching historical patterns and helping young designers learn about the corsetry of the last 300 years. This led her to creating her first book ‘Stays and Corsets: Historical Patterns Translated for the Modern Body’. The book doesn’t just tell students about corsetry, it shows them how to recreate original historical garments and adapt them to fit modern figures by providing pattern templates and step-by-step instructions. Last year she launched the follow up; ‘Stays and Corsets Volume 2’, which has already proven highly popular on Amazon. The second volume contains brand new corset patterns with a range of silhouettes that span from the late 16th century to the early 20th century.
Bournemouth Film School (BFS) are delighted to announce that Bournemouth has been added to the Iris Prize’s touring locations, with a three-day visit to AUB between 20-23 February.
The event will include film screenings, talks and Q&A’s for students and staff alike.
An Arts University Bournemouth Course Leader has written a book on how to be a costume supervisor – from the very first meeting to the final performance.
Rebecca Pride is the Course Leader for Costume and Performance Design at AUB and with more than 30 years’ experience in costume and theatre design, she wanted to pass on her knowledge to the next generation.
BA (Hons) Animation Production and BA (Hons) Film Production graduate films, Anna, Nine Coo Five and Zebra have been nominated for the Regional Television Student Awards 2019!
The Royal Television Society have today released their nominations for the RTS Student Television Awards.
Liv Screens in Berlin
Liv has been selected for screening as part of the 12th British Shorts Film Festival in Berlin, Germany.
This Autumn, AUB marked the 200th anniversary of the publication of the iconic novel Frankenstein, with a whole season of productions to pay tribute to the author, Mary Shelley, receiving coverage both in local and national media.
The first plays of the series, Mary Shelley, Blood and Ice and Freakenstein, were all performed at The Shelley Theatre, a venue that was built for Mary by her son, with the later production CTRL C being performed in St. Peter’s Church, the rest place of Mary Shelley.
A BA (Hons) Animation Production graduate has been named as one of the winners at Bulgarian film festival