AUB Foundation Studies alumnus Will Kippax and former Visiting Tutor Eric Butcher, have been shortlisted for this year’s Jerwood Drawing Prize.
AUB's BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design course celebrated their 25th anniversary last week at their London exhibition, Destinations.
The APMM is the only organisation dedicated to securing the future of modelmaking exclusively for professional modelmakers. They offer members and the modelmaking community resources such as professional communication, education and cutting edge technology, while maintaining and honouring traditional making methods.
Recent Fine Art graduates Clive Timothy and Jessica Thomas win at Free Range Shows Awards for Best work. For the second year running, Fine Art at AUB have won at the Free Range Shows!
Each year the recent graduates of Fine Art fundraise in their final year to partake in the annual Free Range Shows held at The Old Truman Brewery in London. The Free Range Shows gives students from a range of top creative universities around the UK the opportunity to take part in a huge exhibition which sees gallerists, curators and other institutions scout out the best work.
Matisse: Drawing with Scissors, features 35 lithographic prints of the famous cut-outs collection.
Clearing isn’t a race for places or a reason to feel worried. It’s an opportunity to find a new course that could turn out to be one of the best decisions you’ll ever make.
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The Observatory, a sculptural installation, workspace, shelter and look-out for artists, has moved to Burton Bradstock for its project in collaboration with AUB, SPUD and the National...
Graduating BA (Hons) Graphic Design students won awards at the D&AD New Blood Festival and Creative Conscience 2017 Global competitions in London last week.
AUB celebrates 98% graduate employment rate – a result which puts AUB joint top of any English University, according to results released in the DLHE (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education) Survey last week.
AUB has the joint highest graduate employment rate of any English University, achieving the rate of 98% employability in the Survey, which reviews the destination of graduates six months after they have left the institution.
As Wimbledon returns to our screens again, AUB students celebrate by marking 80 years since the championships were first televised by the BBC in 1937.
AUB students from BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design, BA (Hons) Dance, BA (Hons) Film Production and BA (Hons) Make-up for Media and Performance collaborated to produce a two minute film celebrating 80 years of working the camera!
The film follows the story of Jay; an isolated and lost character, leaving home in search of her estranged father and notorious local debt collector, Shane. In an attempt to grow closer to and reconnect with her father Jay enters the local boxing gym scene.
Johnny worked with an all AUB student and alumni team to produce the film as he was keen to make use of the resources available and encourage collaboration within AUB.