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Lucienne Day: Living Design, an exhibition curated by AUB’s Deputy Vice Chancellor Emma Hunt and Paula Day opens on Saturday 13th January in its next location: The Oxfordshire Museum.
First showcased in TheGallery at AUB, Lucienne Day: Living Design launched a year-long nationwide programme of exhibitions, events, award and collaboration for 2017 across leading cultural organisations, galleries and creative institutions in partnership with The Robin and Lucienne Day Foundation.
The Children’s Hour by Lillian Hellman
Where: The Lighthouse Poole
Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
The Lighthouse Poole
AUB Knowledge Exchange and Employability launch new workshops for students to develop professional business skills.
Workshop sessions are co-hosted by Bournemouth based agency, Sam Howell Consultants, who specialise in mentoring, business strategy, personal development and management training.
Writers & Artists recently teamed up with AUB to host a writing and publishing workshop on Saturday 28th April.
The event took place on campus and included a two-hour workshop with one of three professional writers, panel discussions with leading publishers and literary agents, and networking opportunities for current BA (Hons) Creative Writing students and members of the public.
Yesterday saw the formal opening of TheGallery’s exhibition Lucienne Day: Living Design, with a panel discussion followed by a private view.
The panel was chaired by Deputy Vice Chancellor, Professor Emma Hunt, and included Chancellor Sir Christopher Frayling, Dr. Jennifer Harris and Lucienne and Robin Day’s daughter, Dr. Paula Day.