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BA (Hons) Creative Events Management Students present ‘Reefiesta’
AUB Final year BA (Hons) Creative Events Management Students hosted a tropical tiki takeover to finish off the bank holiday weekend, including Boscombe’s Biggest Beach Blanket for our guests to sit on and enjoy their sunny Sunday…
Winners of the Westbeach prize 2019
Final year BA (Hons) Creative Events Management students present the event ‘The Highcliffe Collection’
Contemporary art exhibition, Joy Before the Object manipulates viewer perception at Seventeen Gallery, London.
Curated by Hoxton Distillery and supported by Arts University Bournemouth, Joy Before the Object focuses on artwork that emphasises or documents the placing, nudging and kneading of material, in the form of photography, sculpture, video, painting, or various hybrids. The work encourages the viewer to take pleasure in the results of others’ activity and recognise in them their own contingency, their own analogous subjectivity.
The Green Elephant Events presents ‘The Last Straw – It’s not a market’
BA (Hons) Creative Events Management students have formed a group of like-minded individuals called The Green Elephant Events. The aim of the group is to raise awareness and increase interest and involvement in sustainability.
AUB is one step closer to establishing a sustainable future and raising awareness of environmental issues at our specialist GOLD institution.
EcoCampus is a flexible phased approach to introducing an Environment Management System. The university achieved Bronze certification in October 2017, Silver in October 2018, and now we have achieved the Gold Award in April 2019.
Last week AUB held a ceremony to break-ground on a new student halls of residence.
The accommodation will be home to 300 students and is situated on AUB’s Wallisdown campus. Designed to fit in with the campus’ cutting-edge design aesthetic, the building will feature eight-bed clusters with communal kitchens and dining areas centred around a landscaped courtyard. The high quality accommodation includes roof-top solar panels, assisting in reducing the building’s energy demand, leading the way in sustainable living.
This may, AUB invited Dorset residents to a new musical adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ famous children’s classic, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, which took place at the Lighthouse, Poole from Thursday 9th May to Saturday 11th May 2019.
Students from AUB’s BA (Hons) Acting, BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design and BA (Hons) Make-Up for Media and Performance are collaborating with Kokoro, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra’s acclaimed new music ensemble.
Now in its fifth year, AUB Human has been running since 2015.
The annual event challenges people to consider the impact of human influence on the environment and the potential crisis that the world now faces, and took place over February and March.
On 28th April, BA (Hons) Dance students form Arts University Bournemouth will perform at Pavilion Dance South West in their annual dance platform event, Springboard.
The event is a collaboration between AUB and New Arts Centre, Salisbury.
On 28th March, AUB held the annual AUBRIETA, SAUBS and AUBSU Thank You Awards Ceremony, in place to showcase exemplary members of staff at our TEF Gold institution.
AUBRIETA (AUB Recognition for Innovation and Excellence in Teaching Awards)
BA (Hons) Commercial Photography course leader, Conrad Tracy will open his latest exhibition Sometimes Antisocial, Always Antifascist at the Parkside Gallery, at Birmingham City University.
The exhibition focuses on the supporters of German football club, FC Sankt Pauli and the way they are breaking down the stereotypes often perpetuated by British and European football supporters.
MA Illustration course leader Lisa Richardson presents WITHIN AND BETWEEN: Women, Bodies, Generations.
The exhibition is a collaboration of work from three female artists; Clair Chinnery, Janice Howard and Lisa Richardson and BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design students, open from 1st April 2019, at Oxford Brookes University. The exhibition will also tour to TheGallery AUB in 2020.