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Arts University Bournemouth’s prospectus wins Gold European Marketing Excellence Award alongside Adidas, MTV, Volvo, Heineken and Sky.
Tuesday 9th December brought together students and staff from the Arts University Bournemouth, SUBU, the Woodland Trust, Slades Farm Community Garden project and Bournemouth Borough Council at Slades Farm (a local outdoor community space) to take part in the planting of 1000 trees.
Lucy Anderson, Kim Pickering, Naomi Bonner, Grace Cheetham and Michaela Kimber all worked on the film.
October 30th 2014 saw the launch of the first Black mirror volume: Black Mirror 0 – Territory, edited by Judith Noble, Dominic Shepherd and Robert Ansell and published by Fulgur Esoterica. The launch was held at the Cobb Gallery, London and included a sonic performance by Mark Titchner and Alex Tucker entitled The Fool.
From the 27th November – 9th December the ICA is celebrating the 25th anniversary of Krzysztof Kieślowski’s 1989 masterpiece The Decalogue (Dekalog) with a rich and wide-ranging retrospective.
BA (Hons) Film Production Senior Lecturer Witold Stok BSC, who worked as Director of Photography on Kieslowski’s Personnel is to hold a special screening of the film and Q&A session on 29th November, 6.30pm. Witold talks to us about the sessions and his work with Kieślowski:
AUB team ‘Three and a Half Beards’ hit the hat-trick at this year’s BFX Festival, taking home awards for Best Pipeline/Workflow, Best 2D/3D Animation and Best Achievement Overall.
Their final animation ‘The Boy and Moon’ was produced in seven weeks as part of the BFX competition, which saw them up against eight different teams consisting of students and graduates from a number of universities. Watch their final animation of the ‘making of’ video on the right.
Lucie Longford graduated from Modelmaking in 2002, and now works as a professional Modelmaker and Visiting Tutor at AUB.
“Recently, I did some costumes for Kate Bush’s ‘Before the Dawn’ launch of her new album and then it was also used in the live show. I was asked to make life jackets to look like they were from the 1950’s. I worked with Robert Allsopp who designed it.
Now in its third year, the Platform Graduate Award 2014 profiles new talent emerging from universities and colleges in the South East region.
Working as part of CVAN (The Contemporary Visual Arts Network, five galleries in South East England – Aspex, Portsmouth; De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill; Modern Art Oxford; MK Gallery, Milton Keynes and Turner Contemporary, Margate – each showcase the work of recent graduates from their region, selected from university and college degree shows.
Encounters Festival is the UK’s leading short film and animation festival and annual meeting place for new, emerging and established filmmakers and industry professionals.
To promote his new album, ∞ (Infinity), Tiersen undertook a 1000km cycling and signing tour of Brittany, France over six days in July. Documenting the whole tour was PrepHE Pathway Leader for Film and Animation, Sam Wilkins.
‘Supplied Bauer’s Blood’
The three word Tuesday response from Ant at ‘Pigs Might Fly South’; a Salisbury based company specialising in manufacturing and distributing theatrical blood, developed by the award winning Nick Dudman.
A report published this week rates Arts University Bournemouth amongst the very best at finding graduate employment for students who would not typically have the opportunity to enter higher education.
In a proposed new Social Mobility Graduate Index, Arts University Bournemouth is rated 7th out of 162 institutions due to the large number of students from disadvantaged groups or backgrounds and non-traditional students in graduate-level jobs within six months of leaving university.