The latest news from our course:
Alice Hayes, third year BA (Hons) Photography student had her work selected for the British Journal of Photographer's Portrait of Britain 2017 exhibition.
BA (Hons) Photography graduate Shannon Mundy has been nominated for the South West Photography Graduate Prize CIC 2017.
Wolfgang Tillmans, critically acclaimed Photographer and AUB alumnus, recently visited the University to give a guest lecture to students.
The lecture is part of the BA (Hons) Commercial Photography Guest Speaker programme, which includes speakers from a variety of areas within the creative industries, including set designers, art directors, picture editors, agents, stylists and photographers from a variety of genres.
In 2016, she was shortlisted for the Ashurst Emerging Art Prize.
BA (Hons) Photography alumna, Kym Cox, graduated in 2014. Her work focuses on bubbles for art and science.
As well as exhibiting at various Science and Engineering festivals over the past year, Kym’s work was shown alongside Brian Griffin’s ‘Himmelstrasse’ at The Royal Photographic Society’s Magic Gallery earlier 2016.
Alumni Christina Evans and Joe Walker have collaborated on Pample-mousse magazine, a platform for contemporary photography.
One Piece of Advice offers advice for the next generation of creatives from the community at Arts University Bournemouth.
Three third year BA (Hons) Photography students have secured some exciting opportunities for next year.
Jamie Firminger will be assisting Richard Learoyd for three weeks in Europe.
Kiran’s work ‘Identity’ featured in an exhibition alongside 61 other graduate artists, showcasing work from a variety of mediums. She was voted ‘stand out artist’ by the general public, and won a £3,000 prize.
Megan Hood is a Fine Art Photographer, currently in her final year. Her practice mainly revolves around the theme of camera less/concrete photography and reflexivity; showing the machine as the author and the artist as the manipulator.
BA (Hons) Photography alumnus, Boyarde Messenger, appeared on BBC World News GMT to talk Pop Art Scopophilia and her journey from Belize to body painting.
The programme, which aired on 24th June to around 10 million viewers worldwide, saw Messenger talk to presenter Tim Wilcox about her journey, “from Belize, Central America, to body painting in Belize, to exhibiting my Bottom body painted art all over the world to my Pop Art.”
In connection with the Level 4 unit – Post Production and Appropriation. Mishka will talk about his practice and career to date.
In 2013, he was awarded the ICP Infinity Award for Art and shortlisted for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize. Recipient of the Kleine Hans award for works produced between 2010 and 2011. His work is held in the Tate Collection, the Centre Pompidou, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Portland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Exhibited internationally in numerous group shows and surveys. Member of the ABC Artists’ Books Cooperative. Lives and works in Manchester, England.http://mishkahenner.com