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.
The 2015 AUB Costume & Performance Design summer show took place at ‘The Gallery’ on the AUB campus.
Students from multiple courses have come together to collaborate on a short film.
Three minutes. 300 Years. Cinderella like you’ve never seen her before.
Students and staff from BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design and BA (Hons) Make-up for Media and Performance have collaborated to produce a short film that showcases almost one hundred costumes, spanning three centuries.
Neudecker established a systematic method to select 40 boxes from the Museum of Design in Plastics (MoDiP) collection and arranged the contents of each as tabletop still lives. She photographed each arrangement, dramatically lit, in the idiom of 17th century Dutch Vanitas still lives: exquisite paintings of everyday objects that intimate the transience of life.
Final year BA (Hons) Graphic Design student Georgina Venning has won the Patricia Tindale Legacy Award in the RSA Student Design Awards.
Inside Life Outside was a 3rd year Creative Events Management project with the aim of creatively sharing the stories of the homeless, and raising awareness of a serious contemporary issue.
The Orb project was developed by a range of professionals and academics, from varying backgrounds and disciplines. Its concept was conceived through practical engagements of prototypes and discussions. The scope and application of the project are still in active discussion, as new collaborations and interpretations assist in the future of Orb dialog and development.
The challenge: Making Poole a Dementia Friendly Community and Environment.
Students from BA (Hons) Modelmaking, BA (Hons) Architecture, BA (Hons) Interior Architecture, BA (Hons) Graphic Design and BA (Hons) Fashion worked in cross-course collaborative teams on a 24-hour design challenge.
Sarah Stendel and Will Broomfield’s work have been featured on Amelia’s Magazine Website.
They responded to a Valentines Open Brief: ‘Please create art that would look great on the wall year round, and be inspired by all things amorous… including well known romantic movies’.
Students from the Fashion, Costume, Textiles and Illustration Foundation course pathways have exhibited work they had to post to their tutors.
Pop Down is a collaborative project between AUB and Pop-Up Poole that aims to challenge your thinking and to turn your world upside down.
This project was a live brief for a pop-up shop to help regenerate Poole High Street with the theme of ‘Upside Down’.
BA (Hons) Costume with Performance Design Alumnus and now Cirque Bijou’s costume designer Sarah Dicks is working with David Wood, current Costume student to create a costume using reclaimed materials for the opening of Bristol European Green Capital.
Cirque Bijou and Arts University Bournemouth have a successful history of working together. In 2012 they won award for the costumes created for the opening celebrations of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Sailing Events in Weymouth and Portland.