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AUB alumni, Mark Leaver is one of the shortlisted photographers in the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards.
Professor Paul Wenham-Clarke, MA Commercial Photography Course Leader, has been featured in The Association of Photographers 50th Anniversary (AOP50) exhibition.
The AOP50 exhibition opened its doors on the 16th April and celebrates work from a selection of the world’s most respected photographers. The display comprises images in the form of portraiture, advertising campaigns, documentary photography and more.
BA (Hons) Commercial Photography Senior Lecturer, David Ellison, is currently exhibiting in North: Fashioning Identity at Somerset House, an exhibition celebrating the North of England.
BA (Hons) Photography Senior Lecturer, Richard Paul, releases a vinyl-only album on the GSOH Record Label.
The observers ia an audio novella written and produced by Richard Paul, and narrated by BBC presenter Charles Nove. It is underpinned by a selection of motifs based on Schubert’s Winterreise, played on the hurdy-gurdy by Clare Salaman, director of The Society of Strange and Ancient Instruments, with audio design by Jack Mair (BMG production music).
The exhibition, curated by Arts University Bournemouth Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Emma Hunt and Dr. Paula Day, celebrates the life and work of one of most influential designers of the post-war generation.
TheGallery, AUB hosts An Audience with the Jerwood Painting Fellows 2016, featuring Francesca Blomfield, Archie Franks and Dale Lewis in conversation with Dr Christian Edwardes.
The Jerwood Painting Fellowships 2016 exhibits brand new works by three outstanding early career painters chosen from over 400 applicants to be the 2016 Jerwood Painting Fellows. The work is on display at TheGallery, AUB until 25th August 2016.
The Firebird, Diaghliev and the Ballets Russes is a collaborative project and exhibition with BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design and BA (Hons) Graphic Design at AUB, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and TheGallery.
Students from BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design have produced a collection of designs in response to the The Firebird, which will be displayed at Lighthouse Poole on the evening of the performance.
The exhibition, which takes its title from a painting by Patrick Procktor and is curated by Dr. Ian Massey, shows paintings, drawings, photographs dating from the 1920 s to the present-day.
AUB Architecture have installed an exhibition at ArtSway by a team of young architectural graduates from Fielden Clegg Bradley Studio, about the making of The Observatory, a temporary artist studio.
The project was created for SPUD and the exhibition coincides with The Observatory relocating to Lymington for three months.
The AUB bike is to be displayed at Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth, as part of the ‘In The Frame’ cycling season.
The bike was originally custom made by Boscombe Bike Club, formed by AUB alumni Josh Kay, Jamie White, who are dedicated to turning unwanted bikes in visual art. Each individual bicycle that they produce has some unique elements that respond to the brief given to them by the customer. The original design for the AUB bike has has since been updated with a neon and black finish.
Third-year Fine Art painting students have been exhibiting with students from other European colleges this week in Amsterdam.
Three students were selected from the BA (Hons) Fine Art course to take part in a group show at the Hans Brinker Budget Hotel.
3 AUB students have taken part in a collaborative student project run by the National Arts Learning Network entitled ‘Mapping Territory’
Jay Alam and Maceo Stennett-Hughes from BA (Hons) Digital Media Production and Charna Cole from BA (Hons) Fashion produced work based on journeys and mapping as part of the project which involved students from nine institutions.