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Masters students across the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture at the Arts University Bournemouth, UK and the École Européenne Supérieure d’Art de Bretagne in Rennes, are...
#kscopelights saw AUB alumnus and projection artist Kavi collaborate with staff from across the university to project kscope stills and video contributed by hundreds of AUB students. The is being projected onto the windows of University House at AUB throughout December and was captured by AUB photography alumnus Bill Bradshaw.
M.Arch student Melanie Kaviani has won the 2013/14 Nicholas Durbridge Award for Collaboration with her Thesis Project ‘From Ink to Aviary to Simorgh Art Festival’.
The project features a number of collaborations with a professional dancer, an alumnus and third-year students from a number of courses. It was selected for the Nicholas Durbridge Award for Collaboration, which recognises, “a truly collaborative team effort” and, “outcomes which could only have been achieved through such a collaboration between disciplines.”
1st Year Costume and Make-up students have created a1950’s inspired video for The BeauBowBelles.
AUB Film Production students won ‘Best Cinematography’ for ‘The Sea’ – an charity advert filmed on 16mm.
‘The Sea’ is an advert for the charity ‘Shelter from the Storm’ – a shelter for the homeless. Winning Best Cinematography, 2nd best in brief and 3rd Best overall, AUB beat off some strong competition from 12 other film schools. The awards, held in London, were given by the film director Sir Alan Parker CBE.
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.
AUB 24 turns AUB into an advertising and communications agency for 24 hours…
Small, multi-disciplinary teams of students work on a real brief, with a real client and the opportunity to produce real work.
“Explosive Drawing workshops are designed so that students have the opportunity to respond to a narrative or story, but in a more ambitious and carefree way, so they are not precious over what they make. They work over the top of each other’s artwork and collaborate. For those that are maybe a bit hesitant to collaborate with new people, we find that nearer the end of the day we end up with a collective consciousness, and everyone is usually working together.
F.A.T. is a fashion, architecture and textiles course collaboration.
The week–long collaborative research brief encourages design communication between all three disciplines, opening the door for more informal and personalised creative happenings later on in their courses. The brief is open ended and allows for the exchange of knowledge to flow without restriction, take a look at how they resolved the weeks experience.
Pokesdown For Pokesdown sees three students work on separate research projects which will come together as a proposal for the regeneration of the area.
A collaboration from our BA(Hons) Costume with Performance Design degree. Costumes designed by Frances Tempest, Directed by Gareth Corke.