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A BA (Hons) Fine Art graduate has opened an exhibition of his work at a gallery in Central London
Students from MA Architecture and MA Fine Art will collaborate on a day of workshops at this year's Venice Biennale
BA (Hons) Fine Art graduates talked to AUB after their London Summer Shows. Here Palito Dominguin discusses her work
BA (Hons) Fine Art graduates talked to AUB after their London Summer Shows. Here Laura Medcalf discusses her work
BA (Hons) Fine Art graduates talked to AUB after their London Summer Shows. Here Jack Hughes discusses his work
BA (Hons) Fine Art graduates talked to AUB after their London Summer Shows. Here Stephanie Hasketh discusses her work
MA Fine Art students have been talking to AUB after their MA Show in the Northlight Studios. Here Alexx Haley discusses her work
A BA (Hons) Fine Art Senior Lecturer has invited one of his former students to join him in a London exhibition that is now open
A BA (Hons) Fine Art graduate has taken one of the top prizes at a major London exhibition featuring around 1,000 artists
Two BA Fine Art graduates have been selected for a prestigious award that showcases the finest emerging visual artists in the South East region
Arts University Bournemouth is pleased to announce that Associate Professor, Dominic Shepherd and Course Leader, Richard Waring from BA (Hons) Fine Art will be delivering a paper in London next week.
The paper entitled ‘Heart; Head; Hand: Painting in a Post-digital World’ will be presented to the Royal Academy of Arts in London, as part of the ‘Teaching Painting: Painting the New Research Group’ conference, which runs from Tuesday, June 19 – Wednesday, June 20.
Fine Art Course Leader Richard Waring and Graduate in Residence, Joe Morgan, along with ten first-year students travelled to Athens for a situated pedagogy project entitled ‘Aisthetikos.’
The group were based at the well-known Athenian cultural centre called Six d.o.g.s which has a project space, a bar and is an international music venue.