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MA Summer Shows 2018

Thursday 6th September - Thursday 13th September. Featuring Commercial Photography, Fine Art, Graphic Design and Illustration

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Lucienne Day exhibition co-curated by AUB Deputy Vice-Chancellor goes international

An AUB exhibition celebrating the pioneering work of designer Lucienne Day has gone international after opening in Ireland

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Costume and Performance Design Graduate Alex Barras

BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design graduates have been talking to AUB after their London summer shows. Here Alex Barras discusses her work

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AUB BA (Hons) Commercial Photography lecturer opens London exhibition

One of AUB’s BA (Hons) Commercial Photography lecturers says the opening night of his exhibition at a high-profile London venue was “fantastic”

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Costume Lecturer wins Association of Dress Historians Award

BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design Lecturer, Sarah Magill, was recently awarded the Association of Dress Historians (ADH) Award for her research based on Women’s Clothing,...

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Cultural Education Matters with WAVE Arts Education Agency

Cultural Education Matters, a unique one-day event took place on 8 June 2018 at AUB campus, hosted by Wave Arts Education Agency.

Wave Arts Education Agency works with schools, young people, artists and local cultural organisations across the South West of England to provide inspiring creative projects, resources, training and workshops for schools.

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Frankenstein Unbound Conference

An Interdisciplinary Conference Exploring Mary Shelley and Gothic Legacies

On the 31st October and 1st November 2018, AUB and St Peter’s Church, in association with Bournemouth University, are teaming up to celebrate the bicentenary of Frankenstein. Influential around the world, the 1818 masterpiece, Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus, is Mary Shelley’s most iconic work and continues to inspire new generations of fans.

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An Interview with Ken Robertson, Director of AUB’s ‘Oh What A Lovely War’ Production

AUB Productions is proud to present ‘Oh What A Lovely War’ – a musical theatre classic.

The show is performed by final-year BA (Hons) Acting students, with costumes designed and created by BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design students, and hair and make-up from final-year BA (Hons) Make-up for Media and Performance students.

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Dance Students Invite You to ‘A Day of Dance’

Join BA (Hons) Dance students on Thursday 3rd May for their annual ‘Day of Dance’ event, and dance your way across campus.

Following on from last year’s successful event, ‘A Day of Dance’ is produced, managed, choreographed and then performed by first and second-year students on the BA (Hons) Dance course.

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‘Springboard’, a BA (Hons) Dance Performance

On Sunday 29 May, you are cordially invited to ‘Springboard’; a celebration of dance and sculpture, in partnership with The Roche Court Educational Trust.

To be performed at Pavilion Dance South West, ‘Springboard’ is a chance for first-year students from the BA (Hons) Dance course to share their original choreographic material in a live performance setting, inspired by sculptures at Roche Court.

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Venice Fellowship Programme 2018

We are proud to announce our partnership with the British Council on the 2018 Venice Fellowship Programme; with representatives from BA (Hons) Fine Art and MArch Architecture. 

LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA

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Retreat Yourself: A Creative Events Management Event

We all experience stress from time-to-time, it’s part of life. Students from BA (Hons) Creative Events Management want to help change this with Retreat Yourself.

Part of the BA (Hons) Creative Events Management (CEM) students’ final Major Project, Retreat Yourself is designed to be a therapeutic one-day wellbeing event to promote the importance of relaxing and de-stressing from our busy lives. Their joint vision is to – ‘promote being more mindful of ourselves and the world around us in order to live in a happier and healthier environment.’

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