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BA (Hons) Fine Art Course Leader, Richard Waring’s painting featured in the latest Bourne film, Jason Bourne.
BA (Hons) Commercial Photography students have been working with Turlin Moor Youth Centre.
The 4 week project was part funded by Poole Housing Partnerships LTD and AUB.
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.
Alumni Christina Evans and Joe Walker have collaborated on Pample-mousse magazine, a platform for contemporary photography.
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.
BA (Hons) Photography graduate, Mimi Chambre, has been awarded Foto Now’s South West Graduate Photography Prize.
She will now work on a paid residency in partnership with Fotonow CIC and Knowle West Media Centre.
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.
University Music present Johan Sebastian Bach’s Goldberg Variations. The recital took place on 30th September at TheGallery, AUB.
The variations were played by Sam Hanson on University Music’s newly-acquired harpsichord, by the maker William de Blaise.
After graduating in 2014, she went on to win the ‘Fashion Styling and Creative Direction’ award at Graduate Fashion Week.
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.