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Following a successful period of Summer Show exhibitions at The Arts University Bournemouth, a number of courses will now be exhibiting their innovative graduate's work across a number of London shows during July, including the Interior Architecture and Design course, who are exhibiting in London for the first time as part of the Interior Educators Group (IEG) at Free Range from 14th - 18th July.
Students from the 3rd year of the Film Production course at the Arts University Bournemouth are celebrating following an extremely successful Kodak Student Commercial Awards where they won seven awards including the Overall Winners Category.
The Kodak Student Commercial Awards has been running since the 1980’s. It is open to all students on film, media or television courses in the UK and Ireland. It invites them to produce a 30-45 second commercial following a live brief for the companies Kodak Easyshare, Dove and The Industry Trust. The finished commercial is then judged by a jury of industry creatives.
Thursday 12th May will see Bournemouth Pier transformed into an art gallery hosting the photographic work of local young women. The exhibition called Re:View, is the culmination of a photography project that has been taking place since January of this year.
For the ninth year running, second year students from the Fine Art course at The Arts University Bournemouth will be turning Bournemouth's Lower Gardens into works of art as part of a live project encouraging people to explore contemporary visual arts in a public setting.
The Arts University Bournemouth is proud to announce that it has received unconditional Part 1 validation from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) for the BA (Hons) Architecture degree course.
Petronilla Whitfield, Senior Lecturer on the BA (Hons) Acting course at the Arts University Bournemouth will be presenting her PhD research at the International Shakespeare Conference being held at Cambridge University from 9th - 11th September 2011.
University Illustration graduate Emily Golden Twomey is celebrating after a book she illustrated, The Loon on the Moon, has been nominated for an award.
Graduation animation Train of Thought, by Leo Bridle and Ben Thomas, was shortlisted for both a British Animation Award and a Royal Television Society (RTS) Award in 2010.
Graduate James Norman won Best Game and Gameplay at the GAME British Academy Video Games Awards 2010 for his work on Batman: Arkham Asylum.
2008 Film Production graduate and freelance film director Rob Brown's graduation film, Echoes, was named as Best Student Film at the Cine Gear Expo 2010 at Paramount Studios in Hollywood.
Graduation animation Lullaby, by Nick White and Emma Neesham, won a RTS Student Television Award in both the regional and national categories.
Photographs taken by a Commercial Photography student from Arts University Bournemouth have been selected for the new Spring/Summer 2011 advertising campaign for men's cult clothing brand Criminal.