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.
AUB’s fashion students exhibited their work at Graduate Fashion Week 2019 between 3 – 6 June.
Each year, Graduate Fashion Week (GFW) invite universities and fashion companies from around the world to attend and take part in one of the biggest international fashion awards show.
We are delighted to announce that Professor Paul Gough has been appointed as the new Vice-Chancellor at Arts University Bournemouth.
Professor Gough will take up the role of Vice-Chancellor on 1 January 2020, succeeding Professor Stuart Bartholomew, who has led us with distinction for the past 22 years.
“Creativity does not need big resources to benefit the maker, the environment and the community”
Gabbi Hass, Senior Lecturer BA (Hons) Graphic Design and Sharon Beedon BA (Hons) Illustration held a day-long, optional workshop on 4th June 2019 for BA (Hons) Illustration students.
From the 6th -7th July 2019, AUB & BU University music presents an open to all event, ‘The Opera Weekend’.
Taking place at Bournemouth University’s Talbot Campus and in association with ‘Hurn Court Opera’, the weekend will consist of a series of singing workshops, recitals, performances and open discussions.
A selection of our talented graduating students from BA (Hons) Fashion presented their work at the Bournemouth Fashion summer show.
The event took place at Pavillion Dance South West, with a total of 18 students exhibiting their final collections on the catwalk.
From Friday 17th May to Sunday 19th May 2019, BA (Hons) Makeup for Media and Performance students exhibited at the world famous IMATS in London.
The IMATS (International Make-Up Artists Trade Show) is the ‘world’s largest celebration of make-up artistry‘.
The Foundation summer show is a celebration of all the fantastic work our Foundation students do throughout their time at AUB.
The Foundation at AUB allows students to specialise in different creative pathways to explore their skills further. The pathways include: Fine Art, Graphic Design, Illustration, Photography, 3D (Art, Craft and Design), Film and Animation and finally Fashion, Costume and Textiles.
Foundation Fine Art Pathway Leader, Sam Jackson, is exhibiting his work in a brand new Solo Show, Chronicles, opening this week at the Charlie Smith Gallery in London.
Sam Jackson’s paintings are not always what they seem. His work appears to be portraits, but they are in fact “paintings that invoke portraiture combined with a hint of the readymade. They are paintings that start life as depictions of portraits – or memories of portraits.”
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.
AUB & BU University Music presents the final performance of the academic year
Conducted by Ian Davis, the University Music Choir & Orchestra will be performing Haydn’s stunning Nelson Mass in St Ambrose Church, Westbourne.
James works in campus services as the senior campus services officer. One of his main remits includes looking after sustainability and the environment at AUB.
So, what does sustainability mean to you?
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.