AUB Human is a space where we celebrate social, ethical and sustainable creative practice.
AUB Human connects designers, architects, filmmakers and other creative practitioners who share a desire to bring about positive change for global good.
At AUB, our students and staff are using their skills to engage with some of the most pressing issues that are facing the human race today. Their work uses creativity to offer solutions to the inequalities and injustices that they see in the world.
Explore AUB Human to find out more about ways in which the AUB community is working to make the world a better place.
Student Competition Winner’s Work Experience at Heatherwick Studio
AUB graduate, Julia Mulders was recently selected to begin work experience at the innovative Heatherwick studio in central London.Graduating last year, Julia was lucky enough to secure her placement after winning gold at the 2017 Creative...Read more
AUB Human: an interview with Dominic Latham & Jimmy Edmondson
Dominic Latham & Jimmy Edmondson, Co-Founders of Minute WorksJust like AUB Human, Dominic and Jimmy, the Co-Founders of Minute Work, are devoted to ‘positive change’ projects. The forward-thinking Manchester based graphic design studio...Read more
AUB Human: an interview with Tom Tapper
Tom Tapper, Co-Founder and Creative Director of Nice and SeriousHaving worked with some of the globe’s biggest brands – IKEA, The Guardian, and WWF included – Tom knows a thing or two about the ever-changing landscape of...Read more
AUB Human: an interview with Rebecca Ford
Rebecca Ford, Design Programme Manager at RSAFounded in 1754 by William Shipley, the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) believe that ‘all human beings have creative capacities’ that can be...Read more
Photography Alumna Featured in Vogue India for ‘Kranti’ Project
BA (Hons) Photography graduate, Radha Datta, was featured in Vogue India this month in response to her eye-opening photography project with non-profit organisation (NGO), Kranti.Based in Mumbai, Kranti is a NGO shelter that empowers girls from...Read more
‘Explore Wassailing’: Raising Aspirations in Outdoor Arts
In January 2018, 2nd year students from BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design, BA (Hons) Acting and BA (Hons) Creative Events Management all took part in a 10-hour residency exploring Outdoor Performance in the Landscape.Led by Lorna...Read more
The AUB Human Symposium Returns with Innovative Futures
Following on from last year's success, the 6th March 2018 saw the AUB Human Symposium return with Innovative Futures.The inspiring event comprised of workshops and keynote talks from a range of award-winning industry speakers and AUB students,...Read more
BA (Hons) Commercial Photography Graduate, Kate Davis, receives runners-up award for Emerging Female Arts Prize
The Emerging Female Arts Prize, is an exciting new art prize initiated by the arts and human rights charity, FiLiA. Kate Davis' submission, her final BA (Hons) Commercial Photography degree project work, received the 'Recommendation for Work'...Read more
Fashion Students Collaborate with the RNLI Upcycling Life Jackets
Earlier this year, second and third year BA (Hons) Fashion students were offered an exciting opportunity to work in collaboration with the RNLI, upcycling life jackets that had once saved lives. Using the original features, each garment has its own...Read more
AUB24 X Bestival: Student Designs used at Bestival
Earlier this year AUB ran its annual project: AUB24, with this year's client, Bestival.Read more
AUB Fashion Lecturer on Fur in Fashion
BA (Hons) Fashion Lecturer, Elena Crehan, joined Katharine Saunders from Southampton Solent and presenter, Sasha Twining, on BBC Radio Solent to discuss attitudes to using fur in fashion.The piece followed Gucci's announcement yesterday that the...Read more
AUB Human presents: Who Cares?
Who Cares? was a series of talks, workshops and a one day symposium, bringing together award winning industry speakers, alumni and students from Arts University Bournemouth.
Who Cares? was the third symposium held at AUB that...Read more