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Tuesday 20th March 2018, 5-6:30pm, B001
The R.A.W Project celebrated the existing creative scene in Bournemouth and left behind a cultural legacy.
The focal point of this event was the unveiling of a 190 metre squared mural, delivered by renowned local artist Miroslav Lucan (Lucan Art). The piece will endure for 10 years and, it is hoped, will become a cultural landmark for Bournemouth.
‘Signals’ was a pop-up, multi-art-form exhibition that incorporated immersive performance to explore the topics of consent, sexual assault and the positive and negative sides of sex.
The thought provoking artwork featured within ‘Signals’ was sourced from a range of talented local and international artists, whose work included photography, sculpture, illustration and installation.
South Coast Spring Fair was a public event that took place on Saturday 22nd April in the Triangle, Bournemouth.
The Triangle is a rapidly developing part of the town and the students were able to take full advantage of this interesting space for their project, with the support of local shops and businesses.
Loosely based on the theme of Alice in Wonderland, A.L.I.C.E. was an event that raised awareness for mental health and tackles the stigma attached to it.
Another key aim of the project was to act as a fundraiser for the local Bournemouth based charity BCHA, specifically raising money and awareness for their mental health department, SMILE.
Prestige Productions brought a new, unique and immersive event to Bournemouth nightlife on Tuesday 25th April.
Walk of Fame was a multi-venue event; the audience began their night at Eden, before they were guided through Bournemouth Square, and then taken to the final venue, Bar Republic.
Take a look at our productions from Autumn term 2016.
Hayley’s pop-up exhibition at the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic featured a selection of drawings and sketchbooks from Hayley’s studio, that have all taken a role in a drawing based research project which investigates The Witch, one of the most iconic characters in British History, who for centuries has blurred the boundaries between the real and the imagined.
Take a look at our productions from Spring and Summer terms 2016.
Non-profit campaign initiated by a group of students at AUB, hoping to increase awareness for mental health and encourage a stigma-free community.
The Grasp Project was a collaboration of Arts University Bournemouth students and Oh Comely Magazine, that aimed to reconnect people with craftsmanship.
A multi-art form community event that raises awareness for Bournemouth Blind Society through reconnecting people with their senses.