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BA (Hons) Fine Art Course Leader, Richard Waring, has had a chapter published in Professional Practice: 20 Questions.
The book features interviews with UK undergraduate Fine Art staff, exploring how students are prepared for life after art school.
The awards ceremony took place on Friday 18th November.
A. Richard Allen, Illustration Visiting Tutor, has won his heat in the Sky Arts Landscape Painter of the Year television show/competition.
Richard has created illustrations and artwork for some of the most recognisable brands in the world, and has been a great help and inspiration to our Illustration students this year.
She said: “I got the job by knocking on the stage door. This led to a week’s work experience and then a permanent job.
StoryPlaces, funded by The Leverhulme Trust, is an exciting interdisciplinary project between the Humanities and Electronics and Computer Sciences departments at the University of Southampton, the Bournemouth Natural Sciences Society (BNSS), and Southampton and Bournemouth-based writers.
MA Commercial Photography lecturer, Paul Wenham-Clarke, has captured the people of Portland in his project, The Rock: above and below.
Paul’s series of images and interviews explores the lives of the people who live and work in Portland. The work was recently displayed as part of b-side festival on bus stops and billboards as one large scale outdoor gallery.
The Drawing Studio, which is the first of its kind to be built in the UK for 100 years, has been shortlisted in the Blueprint Best Public-Use Project (with Public funding) 2016 category.
Fine Art Visiting Tutor, Marisol Malatesta, is exhibiting My Nose Grows Now!, her first solo exhibition since leaving Peru in 2001.
The show, curated by Rosanna Del Solar, presents a collection of works of her last five years of production.
Hayley’s pop-up exhibition at the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic featured a selection of drawings and sketchbooks from Hayley’s studio, that have all taken a role in a drawing based research project which investigates The Witch, one of the most iconic characters in British History, who for centuries has blurred the boundaries between the real and the imagined.
Earlier this year Hayley Potter, Illustration Lecturer, visited Sacred Heart International School in Tokyo.
Hayley visited the school alongside Chizu Frankish, Senior International Officer, to meet prospective students and share her own experience of studying and teaching Art & Design in the UK.
AUB Technician Demonstrator, Preeti Sood, has won the John Purcell Paper Award at neo:printprize2016,
Preeti received the award for her work The Gathering, which was shortlisted from over 600 entries.
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