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Bournemouth Emerging Arts Fringe Festival (BEAF), Bournemouth’s biggest independent arts festival, returns throughout April and May 2018 for 10 days of arts and cultural offerings.
28th April – 7th May 2018, Various Locations Across Bournemouth
Charlie Smith London: Friday 23rd February – Saturday 31st March 2018
Two Fine Art Lecturers exhibit at the Charlie Smith London gallery in Shoreditch.
Earlier this month, third-year BA (Hons) Fine Art students specialising in sculpture took part in a workshop with contemporary artist, Tom Dale.
Tom Dale has shown works internationally everywhere from Raster Gallery in Warsaw, Poland, to the Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre (NiMAC) in Cyprus, and Latitude Festival in Southwold, England. His work is arrestingly comical, often layering visual metaphor with a subversion of material and object usage. Tom also works as a visiting tutor on the BA (Hons) Fine Art course, taking one-to-one tutorials and teaching sessions.
Fine Art graduates Clive Kudakwashe and Jess Thomas, otherwise known as the duo ‘Multiplicity’ have recently shown work in their first solo show.
The exhibition, held at the Truman Brewery, ran from the 1st until the 4th of February and consisted of new work from both Kudakwashe and Thomas, the sole contributors to the collective. The duo won the overall prize at Free Range 2017, exhibiting with their peers within the ‘v.serious art show’ – this solo show being the outcome of the prize.
2017 BA (Hons) Fine Art graduate, Frances Willoughby, has recently shown work at FBA Futures 2018 at the Mall Galleries in London.
All exhibitors were personally selected by the Federation of British Artists (FBA), Frances having been selected after exhibiting her work at the Free Range graduate shows with the rest of her AUB coursemates.
Josepha Sanna works for the Roche Court Educational trust, mainly within outreach for the ARTiculation prize. The programme is designed with the purpose of providing young people with a forum in which they can express their ideas about art.
We caught up with Josepha to find out about her life since graduating from AUB in 2006 as a BA (Hons) Fine Art student:
Caro’s sculpture, Sea Music, became a stage for a new work combining projection, sound and movement by Richard Waring and Sian Hutchings.
Sea Music is considered an important sculpture created by one of Britain’s greatest sculptors, Anthony Caro, and is the only site-specific public sculpture by the artist in the UK. The piece responds to the waves of boat sails and echoes the sound of the sea.
Recent MA Fine Art graduate Jordi Robert wins Moving Image category with his film Eladia at the 21st National Open Art Exhibition 2017.
The National Open Art (NOA) is the UK’s leading independent art competition, open to amateur and professional artists, photographers and filmmakers living in the UK and Ireland. The competition offers both shortlisted and winning artists opportunities through exhibitions and online art sales platform, as well as a variety of prizes and awards worth over £50,000.
Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth’s leading contemporary art gallery, has announced the artist selection for the eighth incarnation of EMERGENCY, the gallery’s international open submission exhibition.
BA (Hons) Fine Art alumna, Helen Toomer, graduated in 2003. We caught up with her to find out about her experience at AUB and the successful career she has embarked upon since graduating.
Peter Murray, Director of Yorkshire Sculpture Park, delivered a talk to Fine Art students yesterday on the life and work of Anthony Caro and his sculpture, Sea Music.
Sam Jackson, Fine Art Pathway Leader for Preparation for Higher Education, exhibits work at Charlie Smith Gallery in Hoxton, London.