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BA (Hons) Photography Summer Show 2019 – Fabricate
BA (Hons) Photography students from Arts University Bournemouth have taken their Fabricate exhibition to Old Truman Brewery in London, as part of the annual Free-Range summer exhibition, a celebration of photography and art.
The BA (Hons) Degree Summer shows are a showcase of the incredible, innovative work our graduating students produce at the end of their studies.
The exhibitions take over the whole of campus, turning into the largest gallery space in the region! Shows are open to the public until Friday 21 June.
AUB Alumni Rohini Kapil’s work will be exhibited at the ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts), London as part of a well-reviewed curation of the exhibition I,I,I,I,I,I,I, Kathy Acker.
Rohini graduated AUB in 1997. At this time, Arts University Bournemouth was known as ‘Bournemouth & Poole College of Art and Design’. Rohini studied (HND and CED Photography). After this, she went on to study an MFA in photo and media in 2011 from The California Institute of the Arts (CalArts).
Four AUB students are in the running to win one of the nation’s most prestigious student photography awards
The awards organised by leading manufacturer of monitor solutions, EIZO, are designed to celebrate young photography and creative talent across the UK and provide a vital career kick-start to students.
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.
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.
Alexandra is a Visiting Tutor for the BA (Hons) Photography course at AUB, and will be exhibiting in America this month.
Her exhibition Stop Motion: in search of the still image takes place at the Hanes Art Gallery, Wake Forest University in North Carolina.
Filmmakers Webb-Ellis awarded Jerwood/FVU award to develop their film For The First Baby Born in Space
A filmmaking duo who met during their time at Arts University Bournemouth are one of two filmmakers who have been awarded a Jerwood/FVU award of £20,000 to further develop their film For The First Baby Born in Space.
AUB Photography and Lens Based Media Lecturer, Lauren Forster has participated in a landmark exhibition at the Palace of Westminster, featuring portraits of 209 female MPs, photographed by 209 female photographers.
The ‘209 Women’ photographic exhibition, which is free and currently open to the public, coincides with the centenary of the first election where women could cast a vote. It also takes place one hundred years after women gained the right to sit in Parliament as MPs.
“That from a long way off look like flies”
An exciting opportunity has been arranged for final year students from BA (Hons) Photography at Arts University Bournemouth, as they exhibit at the Seventeen Gallery in London. The exhibition is intended to reveal their thought processes, working practices, influences and milieu; literally, their work-in-progress.
The Photographic Research Group at Arts University Bournemouth is set to hold its inaugural lecture with some very special guests
Students from five of AUB's undergraduate courses had the chance to take part in Creative Match Night 2018