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Second year BA (Hons) Graphic Design students are taking over the Instagram account for the AUB Human Lockdown Takeover
At 2pm on Thursday 14 May, AUB students from all over the world will have the opportunity to network and share their recent work with a group of industry professionals who will be reviewing work, giving tips and discussing how the Coronavirus lockdown has affected the Graphic Design industry.
Arts University Bournemouth has been using its 3D printing facilities to manufacture more than 2,000 COVID-19 protective facemasks for NHS staff.
A team of tutors, technicians, campus services staff and technical demonstrators at Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) have been working over the course of two weeks to print, build and distribute more than 2,000 items of personal protective equipment (PPE) from the university’s Wallisdown campus.
International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
AUB Human is delighted to be marking International Women’s Day and to be welcoming back alumni from BA (Hons) Graphic Design; Izzi Hays who graduated in 2017, Tammy Johal who graduated in 2016 and Rosie Isbell who graduated in 2009. Each of the women will present some of their work and discuss their careers since leaving AUB.
AUB Human is also delighted to present Sustainable Futures from 24 February 2020 – 1 April 2020 in South House to accompany the 2020 events.
Sustainable Futures is an exhibition of student work from across the university that seeks to find creative solutions to the global climate crisis we are facing and to address the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The exhibition showcases student projects that work in harmony with natural ecosystems, address the challenges in creating more sustainable cities to promoting responsible and ethical consumption.
New Narratives will envision a future that questions current practice and proposes new ways of thinking, doing and making in order to achieve a sustainable, adaptive and regenerative society.
AUB Human celebrates social, ethical and sustainable creative practise whilst also fostering critical debate and inspiring others to make a positive difference in addressing the urgent global issues we face today.
AUB has celebrated an unprecedented year of sustainability success after receiving EcoCampus Platinum and an International Organisation Standard for its environmentally friendly campus.
Staff and students from Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) have been celebrating the awarding of a top environmental standard after a rigorous two-year auditing process by international standards body ISO.
Our Human Condition will explore the lives, thoughts and feelings of those in the UK living with a range of genetic conditions.
Award-winning photographer and academic Professor Paul Wenham-Clarke’s exhibition Our Human Condition, held at gallery@oxo at London’s Oxo Tower until Sunday 19 January, will delve into the human impact of genetic conditions through sibling relationships.
Foundation students have battled it out for AUB’s Matchbox Competition, using random words to generate artwork inside a matchbox
The competition, which asked Foundation students to create artwork inspired by a word found by chance, featured more than 200 entries from across the main art and design programme.
Sustainability will play a lead role for AUB costume students creating a range of garments and accessories for Treasure Island which opens at Poole Lighthouse next year.
Graphic Design students at Arts University Bournemouth have created an exhibition of artwork in response to Brownsea Island’s Pollution Pods installation.
Students from AUB’s BA Graphic Design course were tasked with using a group of five geodesic domes situated at Brownsea Island in October as inspiration for student work, resulting in an exhibition of work highlighting the environmental dangers posed by climate change.
A group of students from AUB’s Foundation Diploma in Art and Design course have designed and created artwork for exhibition at Royal Bournemouth Hospital.
Carol Lingwood, Head of Costume at National Theatre, has visited AUB to talk to students about a changing industry with a shifting focus on sustainability.
A Costume professional whose work has been seen by theatre audiences of thousands has visited AUB’s BA Costume Design students to discuss the industry and the ways in which costume departments across the world have to adapt to a renewed enthusiasm for greener working practices.