There’s more than one route into studying in our creative community. From Evening & Saturday Courses, to Foundation and BA courses, to research degrees, you’ll find a path through AUB that suits you. Simply select the course level you’d like to study.
Andrea Rizzotto, BA (Hons) Graphic Design student
Andrea is in the final year of the BA (Hons) Graphic Design course. In 2017, he won Gold in the ‘Product & Structural Design’ category at the Creative Conscience Awards for his Smart Diabetes Case. The Awards recognises innovative design projects undertaken by students and graduates.
Jacob Sutton, BA (Hons) Graphic Design student
Jacob Sutton is in the third year of the BA (Hons) Graphic Design course. At the 2017 Creative Conscience Awards, he won Silver in the ‘New Technology’ category for his project, Safe Worker. The Creative Conscious Awards recognises innovative design projects produced by students and graduates.
Eilidh Smith, BA (Hons) Graphic Design student
Eilidh is currently in the final year of her BA (Hons) Graphic Design degree. In 2017, she won Gold in the ‘Film and Photography’ category at the Creative Conscience Awards for her film, Leaving Your Mark. The Creative Conscience Awards recognises innovative design projects by students and graduates.
In February, second-year Graphic Design students enjoyed the opportunity to meet and mingle with industry professionals in a dedicated networking event.
Saturday 17th March 2018, 10:30am – 4pm, Talbot Heath School
Get your creative caps on this Saturday for the Spellbound 2 Day Festival at Talbot Heath School. An exploration of literature and illustration for young people, this fun-filled event is open to people of all ages.
Students from the Second Year BA (Hons) Visual Communication course devised a social media campaign for successful Dragon’s Den contestant, Cuddledry.
Page Jones, Charlotte Ellis, and BA (Hons) Animation Production student, Ash Gin–Sing, created an innovative social campaign for Cuddledry, marketing a new parent and baby washbag, with the objective of bringing the product to the attention of new parents.
The Design Council’s new research recognises the imperative value the design industry makes to the economy, highlighting the skills design occupations will require in the future.
AUB recently attended the launch of the Design Council’s new research report ‘Designing a Future Economy’. The report identifies that “design skills are vital to UK productivity, but that businesses face a growing skills gap“, demonstrating the need for specialist art and design education. It is the first time that the contribution of design skills to the UK economy has been measured so thoroughly.
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.
BA (Hons) Visual Communication graduate, Josh Ogden, graduated from AUB in 2013.
He now works as an Art Director for AKQA Paris. He talks to us about his time at AUB, his career so far and his ambitions for the future.
BA (Hons) Graphic Design alumnus, Toby Tinsley, has designed the new Virgin Voyages Lady.
Toby graduated from AUB in 1997, and has enjoyed a comprehensive design career since.
BA (Hons) Visual Communication Senior Lecturer, Richard Hurst, has designed and launched a new photography app entitled 35mm
35mm brings the skill, mystery, and anticipation of SLR photography to the iPhone. From film selection and exposure to manual/auto focus and flash options, you’re in control as you shoot a roll of 24 exposure B&W or colour film before ‘sending’ it away for 24hr processing. The screen goes blank as you take a picture, just like the mirror going up on an SLR. If 24hrs is too long to wait, an in-app purchase lets you process your pictures in under an hour.
Principal Lecturer for BA (Hons) Graphic Design, Dr Kirsten Hardie, presented at the International Society for the Scholarship of Learning and Teaching annual conference.