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“Creativity does not need big resources to benefit the maker, the environment and the community”
Gabbi Hass, Senior Lecturer BA (Hons) Graphic Design and Sharon Beedon BA (Hons) Illustration held a day-long, optional workshop on 4th June 2019 for BA (Hons) Illustration students.
James works in campus services as the senior campus services officer. One of his main remits includes looking after sustainability and the environment at AUB.
So, what does sustainability mean to you?
The Green Elephant Events presents ‘The Last Straw – It’s not a market’
BA (Hons) Creative Events Management students have formed a group of like-minded individuals called The Green Elephant Events. The aim of the group is to raise awareness and increase interest and involvement in sustainability.
AUB is one step closer to establishing a sustainable future and raising awareness of environmental issues at our specialist GOLD institution.
EcoCampus is a flexible phased approach to introducing an Environment Management System. The university achieved Bronze certification in October 2017, Silver in October 2018, and now we have achieved the Gold Award in April 2019.
Now in its fifth year, AUB Human has been running since 2015.
The annual event challenges people to consider the impact of human influence on the environment and the potential crisis that the world now faces, and took place over February and March.
BA (Hons) Commercial Photography course leader, Conrad Tracy will open his latest exhibition Sometimes Antisocial, Always Antifascist at the Parkside Gallery, at Birmingham City University.
The exhibition focuses on the supporters of German football club, FC Sankt Pauli and the way they are breaking down the stereotypes often perpetuated by British and European football supporters.
MA Illustration course leader Lisa Richardson presents WITHIN AND BETWEEN: Women, Bodies, Generations.
The exhibition is a collaboration of work from three female artists; Clair Chinnery, Janice Howard and Lisa Richardson and BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design students, open from 1st April 2019, at Oxford Brookes University. The exhibition will also tour to TheGallery AUB in 2020.
Poole UK Team of ‘Days for Girls’ Hosted an epic day of making on the 8th March 2019 at AUB
The Poole Team (Arts University Bournemouth, BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design) of Days for Girls is pleased to announce that it hosted ’An epic day of making’ on Friday, 8th March 2019.
Final-year students recently worked on a live industry brief to create a brand to raise awareness for new charity, Survivor of Torture.
Survivor of Torture helps people who have experienced trauma by reintroducing them into society, by providing access to services necessary to move forward with their lives in the UK. The charity offer assistance to assylum seekers for a wide range of services, from English lessons, counselling and GP provision to creative therapy.
This March, AUBSU took over the campus for Go Green Week, giving AUB a jam-packed week highlighting our students desire for more sustainable and green events.
The event was run and organised by the AUBSU Green Team, with activities every day and finishing with a trip to the Eden Project.
Caukin Studio Lecture
Since studying at Arts University Bournemouth, Jo Godden has gone on to have a lucrative career in fashion, working for brands such Victoria’s Secret, The Gap Inc and M&S.
Since 2008 Jo has only worked for ethical brands and in 2009 founded her own brand, RubyMoon.