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Established in 1885 as a specialist institution, Arts University Bournemouth is a leading University offering high quality specialist education in art, design, media and performance across the creative industries.
We’re passionate about the creative subjects we teach and continue to encourage curiosity, risk-taking and adventure in exploring and pushing subject knowledge and its boundaries.
The University is situated two miles from the centre of Bournemouth, on the border between Bournemouth and Poole. Here are details on how to get in touch and how find us.
At AUB, our flourishing research and scholarship culture celebrates and enables original investigation; extending knowledge fields and developing new understanding within the arts.
By promoting the pursuit of innovation and creativity, we encourage opportunities for establishing and sharing best practice in research and foster the development of critical perspectives that have traditionally lain outside discrete disciplines. We encourage the use of reflective teaching and learning practices as part of an interactive relationship with research.
Staff research is supported from within AUB by grants for particular projects and by a Research Fellowship programme offering generous remission from teaching and administration. Researchers are also encouraged to apply for external funding for the full range of research from practice through history and theory.
A proactive Research Forum enables staff to present work in progress and to hear and participate in discussions of research by distinguished visitors. Training and advice is available to those intending to apply for external funding.
The University occupies a significant position in the cultural nexus of the south west. The University’s own Gallery is an important showcase for creative work and there are established links with other arts institutions in the area.
It will screen as part of the ‘Tasty Short Film Competition’ will be competing for the Best Short Film Award, Jury Award and Audience Award. The finalist films will be judged during the festival and the winners will be awarded at the closing ceremony.
Seoul International Food Film Festival (SIFFF) is an annual event presenting outstanding and thought-provoking films about food and related issues. SIFFF’s program includes an inspiring selection of documentaries, feature and short films related to food, from the newest buzzed-about ones to classics and cults. With film screenings, a variety of events such as catered parties, cooking and tasting events, talk shows with film and culinary professionals will be held to provide delightful, multi-sensory film experience. Yummy!
Congratulations team Whispering Onion and good luck!
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Nine Coo Five and Wolf’s Lullaby win at Purbeck Film Festival
Friday the 19th of October saw the annual return of the Purbeck Film Festival Award Night at the Rex Cinema in Wareham, and we are proud to announce that two of our 2018 graduation animations were among the winners.
Wolf’s lullaby, directed...
The second edition of the Yaoundé African Animation Film Festival - better known as CANIMAF - has selected The Legends of Jenny Haniver for screening in the ‘Short Movie Animation’ category.
CANIMAF is the first and only event of its kind in...
Early Bird takes whispering Onion and Wolf’s Lullaby
Early Bird International Student Film Festival has selected Wolf’s Lullaby and Whispering Onion for the Animation section.
Early Bird International Student Film Festival is the biggest Bulgarian forum dedicated to supporting the creation of...