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A group of Film Production graduates from Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) are celebrating after their graduate film, ‘Dancing in the Ashes’, was awarded the prestigious Royal Television Society Television Award for Undergraduate Fiction at the Awards Ceremony on 17th May.
The Royal Television Society (RTS), Britain’s leading forum for television and related media, celebrate the best in student television from across the UK. Chaired by Pat Younge, Chief Creative Officer, BBC Productions, the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Awards are judged in four categories: Fiction, Entertainment, Factual and Animation. The Awards Ceremony was attended by key industry figures, students and tutors
The new MA offering brings together individuals from across the globe to further their creative abilities – while working collaboratively on one creative campus.
Artistic and cultural exhibitions are being displayed in the Bourne Gallery at the Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) following sponsorship from the Arts University Bournemouth.
This will provide the local community and visitors to the town with an accessible indoor venue to showcase local, national and international talent.
From 22nd March – 26th April 2013, the prestigious Jerwood Drawing Prize 2012: Touring Exhibition will be on display in TheGallery at Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) – the only university of five venues chosen to host this renowned exhibition.
Jerwood Drawing Prize 2012 is the largest and longest running annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK. Judged by an independent panel of selectors including Stephen Coppel, Curator of the Modern Collection at the British Museum; Kate Macfarlane, Co-Director of The Drawing Room, London; and Lisa Milroy; Artist and Head of Graduate Painting at the Slade School of Fine Art, the Prize aims to explore and celebrate the diversity, excellence and range of current drawing practice in the UK.
Costume Designs clothing for AUB performance of Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’.
Directed by Kenneth Robertson.
Seven fashion students from The Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) received Beales Scholarships this week in front of an invited panel of guests including Nigel Beale, the ex-chairman of the AUB, Tony Brown, the CEO of Beales, and Professor Jim Hunter, Deputy Principal of the AUB.
Arts University Bournemouth has just been voted the No 1 Creative University, as voted by students.
The National Union of Students has teamed up with Which to create the Which? University guide and comparison website. Surveying 10,000 students across the UK, the site compares universities and gives advice and information to help you find the right course at the right university – for you. Please visit Which? University Guide for further details.
A new exhibition by artist Laura Eldret opens in TheGallery at The Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) on Friday 14th September – 12th October 2012. Power Plays, which presents two new film works, Muster and Fought by Eldret, explore issues of artistic authorship, personal empowerment, choice, obligation and how powers constantly shift. The exhibition courts the seductive power of the spectacle, exploring how individuals create, record and retell their individual and collective identities.
Fought (2011-12) is a three-part project: a live event in which a boxing match was re-enacted; a documentary film of the re-enactment; and a play based on the documentary film. The restaging of the boxing match was held at a venue in central London and witnessed by a crowd of artists, curators and others, many of whom had never seen a boxing match before. ‘Power Plays’ will feature the documentary film, which was made in collaboration with BWB boxing and filmmaker Renee Vaughan Sutherland.
As part of the Bournemouth Air Festival, The Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) commissioned local urban artist Soap, to create a large-scale mural in memorial of Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging, the courageous Red Arrows pilot who tragically lost his life while completing a display at the Air Festival last year.
The result is a 20 foot wide portrait of Jon and the Red Arrows in full flight that will take centre stage at the Red Ball (in aid of the Jon Egging trust) on Friday night.
Peter Wilson a former student at the Arts University Bournemouth has won a gold medal at the London 2012 Olympic Games in men’s Double Trap Shooting. 25 year old Peter studies Graphic Design at the Arts University from 2005 to 2007.
Principal, Professor Stuart Bartholomew said “Peter has achieved what many covet but so few secure. He should be justly proud to have won Olympic gold and we convey our congratulations.”
Battle for the Winds
Battle for the Winds is a large-scale event marking the opening celebrations of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Sailing events in Weymouth.
The Moving Tides Procession 2012 welcomes the arrival of the Olympic Torch to Weymouth on the 12th July from 5pm.
This procession showcases a collection of magnificent and colourful costumes created by children and young people from Weymouth and Portland working with together with costume design students from the AUB. The 2012 theme is ‘Oceans Of The World’. And the parade will see aqueous angelfish, Jurassic creatures, dancing yellow seagulls swaying to the beat of the drums.