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Interested in studying a Masters Degree at AUB? Why not come along to our new MA Showcase ‘Work in Progress’ to see work of our Postgraduate students.
AUB’s MA graduate show occurs over the summer period when undergraduate students have finished for the year. This means that undergraduate students rarely get to see what is happening at AUB at Postgraduate level.
From the 6th -7th July 2019, AUB & BU University music presents an open to all event, ‘The Opera Weekend’.
Taking place at Bournemouth University’s Talbot Campus and in association with ‘Hurn Court Opera’, the weekend will consist of a series of singing workshops, recitals, performances and open discussions.
A selection of our talented graduating students from BA (Hons) Fashion presented their work at the Bournemouth Fashion summer show.
The event took place at Pavillion Dance South West, with a total of 18 students exhibiting their final collections on the catwalk.
Bournemouth Emerging Arts Fringe is the largest independently organised arts festival in Bournemouth and Poole, supporting local emerging and established artists.
Now in its third year, BEAF 2019 returns with a fun-filled programme of arts from all disciplines, ranging from dance performances, film screenings, to street festivals, in venues across Bournemouth and Poole with a concentration of events in Boscombe and Christchurch.
Last week AUB held a ceremony to break-ground on a new student halls of residence.
The accommodation will be home to 300 students and is situated on AUB’s Wallisdown campus. Designed to fit in with the campus’ cutting-edge design aesthetic, the building will feature eight-bed clusters with communal kitchens and dining areas centred around a landscaped courtyard. The high quality accommodation includes roof-top solar panels, assisting in reducing the building’s energy demand, leading the way in sustainable living.
On 28th April, BA (Hons) Dance students form Arts University Bournemouth will perform at Pavilion Dance South West in their annual dance platform event, Springboard.
The event is a collaboration between AUB and New Arts Centre, Salisbury.
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.
This March, AUBSU took over the campus for Go Green Week, giving AUB a jam-packed week highlighting our students desire for more sustainable and green events.
The event was run and organised by the AUBSU Green Team, with activities every day and finishing with a trip to the Eden Project.
AUB are hosting the Photography Research Group next March, and are looking for proposals on the topic of visualising changing realities in the age of the social media celebrity. The social...
Lunchtime Recital Friday 8th March.
To mark International Women’s Day, AUB & BU music are to perform a very special recital in South House Lecture Theatre at the AUB campus.
University Music is a collaborative department that exists to provide musical opportunities for all students at AUB and BU.
On Friday 1st March, University Music brings you an exciting recital of ensemble music performed by music scholars of AUB and BU taking place at Kimmeridge Hall, Bournemouth University Talbot Campus. The concert will be an hour and a half in duration and refreshments will be provided.
FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD
AUB Productions are collaborations between students from BA (Hons) Acting, BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design and BA (Hons) Make-Up for Media and Performance. ‘Far from the Madding Crowd’ is a legendary tale by Thomas Hardy which has been adapted for the stage and directed by Kenneth Robertson.