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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.
In this conversation with Alumni Officer Belinda Milestone, Karen Fuchs looks back at her life and talks about her inspirations, fate and philosophy that surrounds her retrospective exhibition, Unscripted.
Photography Alumni Giles Duley recently exhibited photos he took of civilians in Afghanistan at the House of Commons.
The BA (Hons) Commercial Photography graduate exhibited his work from 2nd to 6th September, delivering on a personal promise to take the stories of those affected by the war in Afghanistan to MPs and other key decision makers.
MArch course leader Ed Frith, AUB Students and architect Nic Howett will take over ArtSway with a pop-up exhibition of architectural models this Friday 15th November.
The exhibition, with runs from 2-6PM, will take place at ArtSway — a unique arts space in the New Forest.
These are the plastic stories of designers, humanitarian documentary makers, scenographers, animators, monster makers, academics and astronauts. Stories of objects that are loaded with emotions, memories and meaning.
Richard Paul, Senior Lecturer on BA (Hons) Photography has solo exhibition 'You might find yourself' up in New York from September 6th - October 20th 2013.
The New Battery at High Down – one of the National Trust’s most exhilarating southern locations - is the site of an exciting new art installation that brings back to life the site’s instrumental role in Britain’s Space Programme.
This weekend – 7th September 2013 – brings the grand opening to celebrate the current exhibition in TheGallery. Arts University Bournemouth is delighted to present ‘Potential Architecture’ an exhibition of artwork by Lucy + Jorge Orta.
The exhibition brings together new work: sculpture, drawings and models created by Lucy + Jorge Orta during their research on new organic and modular architecture as a result of their collaborations with the Greenham partnership and other communities across Europe.
Bournemouth Arts by the Sea Festival is back for the third year, bringing an eclectic multi-art form programme of over 50 events to the south coast. Highlights this year include Mutoid Waste fresh from adorning the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury, who will be bringing a huge animatronics parade to the beach. The festival opens with a spectacular weekend of free events, from Fri 20th – Sun 22nd September with the programme running until 12th October.
Arts University Bournemouth is proud to be the headline sponsor, and this year brings the most diverse work yet from our creative community.
From Friday 21st – Thursday 27th June, Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) will be turning into a giant exhibition space, as graduating students from the specialist University’s arts, design, media and performance degrees will be exhibiting their work as part of the annual Summer Shows programme.
With 1,060 third year students from 21 BA (Hons) degree courses exhibiting their work, AUB will become a giant exhibition space – a campus of creativity for the week, culminating in the Graduation Ceremony at Wimborne Minster on Friday 28th June.
The 55th la Biennale di Venezia – the world-renowned international art exhibition – opened in style at the weekend, with over 150 pieces of art from 37 countries. Over the next few months, over 370,000 visitors will be travelling to Venice to critique the work on display, but perhaps none more expressive that Betty Biennale, an omnipotent art presence, who has been giving her undiluted opinion on the artworks during press week.
Betty Biennale originates from Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) – she is the result of collaboration between Welsh artist Pete Fowler and the AUB Marketing Team. She was created to make the Venice Biennale accessible to an audience in the UK – made up of creatives from AUB, Arts Pavilion Bournemouth (a partnership between AUB, Arts Bournemouth and work in progress for Venice Agendas) and those in the creative industry who are interested in her sharp tongue and candid opinion.
Artistic and cultural exhibitions are being displayed in the Bourne Gallery at the Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) following sponsorship from the Arts University Bournemouth.
This will provide the local community and visitors to the town with an accessible indoor venue to showcase local, national and international talent.