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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.
'Ship of Fools', a new play from Acting students at Arts University Bournemouth is being performed in the aptly named Ocean Room Theatre at Pavilion Dance from the 23rd - 25th March.
Two graduates from the BA (Hons) Costume with Performance Design degree at The Arts University Bournemouth are celebrating following the phenomenal awards success of 'The King's Speech', the film they both worked on.
First year students from the Commercial Photography course at Arts University Bournemouth are hoping for the public to vote for them, after they took part in a live brief for ReSource Magazine during an educational visit to New York. The brief required them to take iconic images of New York, with the image that receives the most votes being published in a double page spread in the magazine.
ReSource Magazine is an American magazine dedicated to the subculture of the photo production industry. They met with students and staff from Commercial Photography during their week-long visit to New York at a top New York photography studio. Students were then given the challenging brief to find the next iconic New York City image and photograph it for entry into the unique competition set by the magazine for the students. The students were briefed in the morning and only had the rest of the day to find their images and photograph them. The winning image – as voted for by the public – will then be published in a full page spread in ReSource Magazine honouring the newest iconic New York City photograph.
A specially commissioned series of images by renowned photographer Paul Wenham-Clarke, Senior Associate Lecturer at The Arts University Bournemouth, is on display at St Martin?s in the Field in Trafalgar Square, London as part of the celebrations marking The Big Issue's 20th anniversary.
A Senior Lecturer from The Arts University Bournemouth has been awarded an Author's Grant from the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art.
Fashion Studies students from The Arts University Bournemouth are exhibiting their collections at London Graduate Fashion Week (LGFW) on Tuesday 7th June. One of the exciting new collections features older women modelling the designs, one being in her 80s - possibly the oldest woman ever to tread the catwalk at LGFW!
Students from the BA (Hons) Fashion course at Arts University Bournemouth received a visit from renowned fashion expert and TV presenter Caryn Franklin last week, who spoke to the students about her initiative 'All Walks Beyond the Catwalk', which aims to create diversity within the fashion industry. The fashion industry has received much bad press in recent years about the size of its models and this exciting project will address some of the issues raised.
On 17th January, 48 BA (Hons) Acting students from Arts University Bournemouth ventured out in the cold and went to the Ancient Technology Centre (ATC) in Cranborne, Dorset to explore and experience an ancient way of life, in order to immerse themselves in a completely new piece of theatre that they have created, based on the stories and legends of the Native American Indians.
The Swinging Sixties were celebrated in style at the opening of a new exhibition in The Gallery at The Arts University Bournemouth, showing the work of renowned photographer and University alumnus, Philip Townsend.
Nina Hove, a BA (Hons) Photography student has beaten off tough competition from across the globe to be placed 3rd in the shots 2011 Young Photographers Competition with her series of portraits entitled 'In Zero Degrees'.
Senior Lecturer in Acting, Sean Aita, has just finished directing a production of Twelfth Night in Austria for the Shakespeare in Styria festival.