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Sophia Taglialore graduated from BA (Hons) Visual Communication in 2011.
She now works as account and studio manager at Salad Creative: an award-winning brand digital agency based in Poole.
Natalie Allan graduated from BA (Hons) Make-up for Media and Performance in 2015.
Since graduating she went straight into her role as Junior Make-up Artist for Coronation Street. She secured the job after a two-month-long application process against 500 other candidates.
We're taking a peek into the life of former BA (Hons) Fine Arts graduate Rachel DiBiaso, who is currently the Creative Director at HP Music. Founded in 2015, Rachel has worked around the...
Abby Austin graduated from BA (Hons) Animation Production in 2015 and has now completed the Certificate in Character Animation course at the Aardman Academy.
A group of students from AUB’s Foundation Diploma in Art and Design course have designed and created artwork for exhibition at Royal Bournemouth Hospital.
Carol Lingwood, Head of Costume at National Theatre, has visited AUB to talk to students about a changing industry with a shifting focus on sustainability.
A Costume professional whose work has been seen by theatre audiences of thousands has visited AUB’s BA Costume Design students to discuss the industry and the ways in which costume departments across the world have to adapt to a renewed enthusiasm for greener working practices.
AUB Human brings together industry professionals and award winning speakers for a series of inspirational talks and events in support of Global Ethics Day on 16 October 2019.
The Ethics and Creative Practice symposium, will explore the role of ethics in an interconnected world and confront the issues that will face creatives both personally and professionally.
AUB’s MoDiP, the UK’s only dedicated museum to design in plastic, has featured in The Guardian.
The Museum, which is based at AUB’s campus, houses more than 7,000 objects and is home to the world’s largest online database of design in plastics, as well as a large variety of artefacts relating to the first uses of the material.
Three AUB acting students feature in the UK premiere of Franz Liszt’s unseen 160-year-old orchestral melodrama, A Hundred Years Ago, alongside actresses Sara Kestelman and Jemma Redgrave.
The actors will take to the stage to support Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra (BSO) at London’s Cadogan Hall, premiering the 1859 orchestral melodrama A Hundred Years Ago, which had been under wraps for more than 160 years after mysterious abandonment by its composer, Franz Liszt.
Arts University Bournemouth has been working with the iconic Vivienne Westwood fashion brand to develop a sustainable solution to fashion garment design.
The collaboration began in 2018 when AUB graduate Alice Kiernander won the Vivienne Westwood x Lectra Iconic Redesign Competition at Graduate Fashion Week. Alice’s designs were based on 18th century painting, and incorporated elements of tailoring with an emphasis on zero waste pattern cutting.
AUB graduate Nick Rowland released his debut feature film, Calm With Horses, to critical acclaim at Toronto’s International Film Festival, featuring alongside some of Hollywood’s biggest names, including Tom Hanks, Gary Oldman and Meryl Streep.
Calm With Horses opened to widespread praise from critics working across the film industry, featuring in several ‘best film’ round-ups and critical reviews. Produced by actor Michael Fassbender’s DMC Film and financed by Film4, Screen Ireland and Wrap, the film stars Cosmo Jarvis (Annihilation, Lady Macbeth), and Barry Keoghan (Chernobyl, Dunkirk).
A host of award-winning artwork has been unveiled at Suddenly Last Summer, AUB’s annual exhibition and showcase of student works.