AUB Human hosts an annual symposium which has welcomed a broad range of speakers from leading academics, innovative industry practitioners, pioneering institutions as well as our own staff, students and alumni.
Additional events and workshops have included; building a pop-up cinema from straw bales, a campaign for the Movember Foundation, creating an eco-car from cardboard, curating exhibitions and a workshop to mark International Women’s Day.
AUB Human presents: Ethics and Creative Practice
AUB Human brings together industry professionals and award winning speakers for a series of inspirational talks and events in support of Global Ethics Day on 16 October 2019.
The Ethics and Creative Practice symposium, will explore the role of ethics in an interconnected world and confront the issues that will face creatives both personally and professionally.Find out more
AUB Human presents: WHO AM I? Identity In The Age Of The Anthropocene
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.FIND OUT MORE
AUB Human Presents: Innovative Futures
This inspiring event comprised of workshops and keynote talks from a range of award-winning industry speakers and AUB students, accompanied by a pop-up cinema made from straw bales.READ MORE
AUB Human Presents: Who Cares?
Who Cares? was the third symposium held at AUB that explored how designers and creative practitioners can make a positive difference to the lives of others and use their skills as a force for global good.READ MORE
AUB Human Presents: Obligation
The 2016 AUB Human symposium brings together industry speakers and students from the Arts University Bournemouth. The speakers will be showing work that demonstrates how design and design thinking can make a positive difference to the world.READ MORE
AUB Human Presents: Can Design Save The World?
The form can fit the function but can it save the world? Should designers design for good? The design for good movement promotes design as a force for social change. The power of design thinking can change the way people live, work and behave.READ MORE