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AUB Productions are to open their latest production Lord of the Flies at Pavilion Dance South West, Bournemouth.
The production, directed by Erica Gould is a collaborative student project between BA (Hons) Acting, BA (Hons) Costume, BA Performance Design and Film Costume and BA (Hons) Make-up for Media and Performance and is part of a series of productions for this year’s final year graduating student projects.
This weekend, AUB Productions are performing ‘Far from the Madding Crowd’ at The Lighthouse, Poole!
The production is performed by final-year BA (Hons) Acting students, with costume and set design by BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design students and hair and make-up from BA (Hons) Make up and Media Performance students.
AUB DANCE PRESENT DANCE FORWARD FESTIVAL
Celebrating their final major projects work, 3rd-year BA (Hons) Dance students offer an afternoon of film and live performance. Showcasing a variety of individual briefs, Dance Forward Festival will provide an insight into the work of AUB’s soon to be graduates.
Students from multiple courses at AUB have collaborated on a project in response to a live brief set by Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra (BSO).
The collaborative project between AUB and BSO, coordinated by TheGallery AUB is now in its fourth year running.
Lunchtime Recital Friday 8th March.
To mark International Women’s Day, AUB & BU music are to perform a very special recital in South House Lecture Theatre at the AUB campus.
University Music is a collaborative department that exists to provide musical opportunities for all students at AUB and BU.
On Friday 1st March, University Music brings you an exciting recital of ensemble music performed by music scholars of AUB and BU taking place at Kimmeridge Hall, Bournemouth University Talbot Campus. The concert will be an hour and a half in duration and refreshments will be provided.
Architectural designs from students at Arts University Bournemouth offer a glimpse into the future of Poole town centre.
Students at Arts University Bournemouth, in collaboration with local stakeholders and Poole BID, have unveiled architectural designs which re-imagine Poole town centre and have the potential to save Poole High Street by introducing brighter, more vibrant space for residents to enjoy.
The 2019 AUB Human symposium, WHO AM I? Identity in the Age of the Anthropocene challenges us to consider the impact of human-influence on the environment and the potential crisis that our world now faces.
It is our obligation to face up to the impact that our industries have on the planet and to consider how we might mitigate, reduce, or eradicate these negative effects. We need to consider what part we wish to play as individuals, students, academics, creatives, businesses and researchers in challenging current practice and addressing the need for circular approaches to economic development.
Bournemouth Film School (BFS) are delighted to announce that Bournemouth has been added to the Iris Prize’s touring locations, with a three-day visit to AUB between 20-23 February.
The event will include film screenings, talks and Q&A’s for students and staff alike.
On Wednesday 30 January, AUB Innovation launched a new series of lectures aimed at local industry, AUB students and staff.
The series was introduced by Deputy Vice Chancellor, Professor Emma Hunt, who provided an overview of the work the Innovation team carry out, using the nickname AUBIT from AUB Innovate and Test.
University Music’s Christchurch Priory Concert
University Music is a collaborative department that exists to provide musical opportunities for all students at AUB and BU, promoting a full programme of professional and student performances on and off the campus. To find out more about University Music See here.
Arts University Bournemouth welcomed alumni, friends and past staff back to campus to celebrate 25 years of the Creative Events Management course, one of the oldest of its kind in the UK. The event provided a nostalgic return to the university community for over 100 CEM alumni, celebrating their achievements since graduating.
Professor Stuart Bartholomew, AUB’s Former Principal and Vice-Chancellor, said: “Celebrating 25 years of the progress of this course is a great occasion, and the spread of talent represented by our CEM alumni is impressive.