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Foundation Pathway Leader Sam Jackson will exhibit a series of work at New York’s prestigious VOLTA Art Fair this week.
Foundation’s Fine Art Pathway Leader, Sam Jackson, will be exhibiting a series of his work at New York’s Metropolitan West venue, as part of the VOLTA New York Art Fair this month, alongside fellow gallery artists Emma Bennett, Florian Heinke, and Concha Martinez Barreto.
Printmakers from Arts University Bournemouth have celebrated a hugely successful year after exhibiting their work at prestigious events in both the UK and Spain.
Alongside AUB Technician Demonstrator Preeti Sood, MA Fine Art students Joshua Hill-Walsh, Ida Golebiowska and Connor Brewer have been exhibiting their work at the International Mini Print Exhibition in Spain.
Rachel DiBiaso studied both Foundation and BA (Hons) Fine Art degrees at AUB, and is Creative Director at Ringwood-based independent recording studio HP Music.
The town of Bournemouth holds a history rich in the literary arts, with Lord of the Rings creator JRR Tolkien retiring to the affluent Parkstone area after a 30-year love affair with the Jurassic coast, and Treasure Island author Robert Louis Stevenson writing his most famed work, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, while living in just up the road in neighbouring Westbourne.
Fine Art students from Arts University Bournemouth have created a new ident for ITV’s broadcast channels.
A group of eight BA (Hons) Fine Art students from AUB have been working with Course Leader Richard Waring to create a large-scale dynamic charcoal drawing of the ITV ident which will be shown to more than 38.5 million viewers on ITV1 from 5-9 August.
Graduating BA (Hons) Fine Art students showcased F.A.Q at the Old Truman Brewery in London this July as part of the annual Free-Range summer show.
Free-Range, a celebration of art and photography, transforms huge warehouse spaces at the Old Truman Brewery in East London for three weeks, showcasing work from over 800 students, from 50 institutions.
The BA (Hons) Degree Summer shows are a showcase of the incredible, innovative work our graduating students produce at the end of their studies.
The exhibitions take over the whole of campus, turning into the largest gallery space in the region! Shows are open to the public until Friday 21 June.
AUB Alumna, Fay Turner, completed her BA in Fine Art in 2017 and has since had great success as a practising artist, her most recent accomplishment being the completion of the Hertford Arts Hub residency programme.
The residency, based in Hertfordshire, UK, ran from November 2018 to February this year and is organised by Sarah Mayson who also manages the Hertford Arts Hub Gallery which opened in 2016.
Meliz Sabanci completed her BA Fine Art degree in June 2018 and has since been part of an exhibition in Richmond, North Yorkshire.
The exhibition entitled 50 under 50 was an opportunity set up by Unit 6 Studio for artists to showcase and sell their work to an audience, organised by the resident artist and curator, Lou Gilmore-George. 50 under 50 was their first collaborative exhibition since the space was taken over in August, 2018.
The Biomachine: Proteins in Praxis
The Biomachine: Proteins in Praxis is a collaborative exhibition between Arts University Bournemouth BA (Hons) Fine Art students and the Structural Genomics Consortium. Students have been invited to respond to the medical research processes that happen at their Oxford laboratory, with the exhibition seeking to highlight the importance of research into biochemistry.
We are delighted to announce a further partnership with the British Council on the 2019 Venice Fellowships Programme which forms part of the British Pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.
AUB is supporting two second-year BA (Hons) Fine Art students to spend a month in Venice, conducting independent research and mediating the exhibition, Cathy Wilkes, curated by Dr Zoe Whitley.
Sam Jackson is the Foundation Fine Art Pathway Leader at AUB, also a successful painter, he is represented by Charlie Smith Gallery, London and Heike Strelow, Germany.
Sam will be exhibiting in the Volta New York, 2019 Contemporary Art Fair this March, an event that focuses on solo shows of emerging international artists.
Last month, three third-year students from BA (Hons) Fine Art were selected to take part in an online video exhibition called Camouflage in Milan. This year’s theme was Public Space and Relational Attitudes.
Organised by Fine Art Course Leader, Richard Waring, Camouflage is a collaborative project set up in Vegapunk, Milan between Ex-voto, Visualcontainer Videoart Platform, Spazio Tilde and Viafarini-in-residence. The project is curated and run by artists: Marisol Malatesta, Simona Da Pozzo and Alessandra Arnò, and is commissioned by Non Riservato and Arts University Bournemouth.