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AUB’s significant involvement with industry is celebrated in the latest Tech Nation report for 2018.
The in-depth report, released on 17 May 2018, is part of a ground-breaking annual series that evaluates digital tech activity from all over the country and makes data comparisons.
BA (Hons) Visual Communication students were treated to an extensive two-day workshop on the 8th and 9th January by influential artist, David Armes of Red Plate Press.
David Armes works with letterpress printing, language and geography for his art, and is predominantly ‘site-specific’. He uses various source materials to reflect how ‘sense of space’ can be represented, and frequently works in public places in order to convey a social message. He has his own letterpress studio called Red Plate Press.
Five third year BA (Hons) Visual Effects Design and Production students are currently undertaking a rare opportunity in an extended professional placement with Outpost VFX in Bournemouth,...
The project was a VFX graduation assignment, utilising a professional film crew shooting on the Alexa mini camera.
BA (Hons) Visual Effects Design and Production second year student Zack Mccarthy has been selected for Framestore’s highly competitive internship this summer.
Based in the London head office studio, Zack will become part of the creative team giving him invaluable first-hand industry experience.
Located in Bournemouth, Outpost VFX designs and creates innovative visual effects for the film, broadcast and advertising industries.
The students, a mix of both first and second years, took up their new roles in the Oscar-winning visual effects studio at the end of May, and will work there until they return to University in September.
What does it mean to be a woman working in the VFX and Animation industries?
Ellie Dupont, Lecturer in BA (Hons) Visual Effects Design and Production has organised an industry led discussion panel focussing on the contributions, successes and experiences of women in the industry.
The second year students, Leah Darrington, Kyle Mercer and Fin McRuvie, will work on Michael Bay’s Transformers 5.
BA (Hons) Visual Effects Design and Production students were recently given the chance to work on Marvel’s Doctor Strange.
The students had just completed the first year of their three year degree when the opportunity presented itself. Recommended by two of the course’s teaching staff, who both work full time for Framestore, the students were deemed as ‘production ready’ and hit the ground running.
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