The latest news from our course:
Head of School of Preparation for Higher Education, Tim Edgar, recently had a chapter published in the first book collaboration between Hoxton Mini Press and Penguin, Really Good Dog Photography.
This book, the first collaboration between Penguin and Hoxton Mini Press, approaches the dog as a dignified, intelligent and noble being, and considers our relationship with man’s best friend for the extraordinary thing it really is.
Priti Sharma joined AUB on the Foundation course in 2007 and shares her journey with us since graduating.
AUB Foundation Studies alumnus Will Kippax and former Visiting Tutor Eric Butcher, have been shortlisted for this year’s Jerwood Drawing Prize.
Dr. Christian Edwardes, Pathway Leader for Fine Art, Preparation for HE, is exhibiting a collection of his work at Outpost Gallery in Portland alongside artist Louise Atkinson.
The exhibition, named Souvenirs: Migratory Objects, is part of Dorset’s artist led, mulitimedia festival B-Side’s HQ; Outpost. The Gallery space allows artists to experiment and respond to their surroundings, often working with the local communities as a source of inspiration and research.
Lauren's work addresses sociological issues and is predominantly concerned with the human condition. She has exhibited work at The New York Photo Festival, The AOP Gallery, The Guardian and Observer Archive and Visitor Centre and The Candid Art’s...
Mitch Payne studied FdA Commercial Photography at AUB, and has since gone on to create work for brands internationally renowned brands.
He talks about working on campaigns for the likes of Nike and Grey Goose.
The exhibition showcases and celebrates the diverse creative practices of students, bringing together 300 works en masse.
Sarah Stendel and Will Broomfield’s work have been featured on Amelia’s Magazine Website.
They responded to a Valentines Open Brief: ‘Please create art that would look great on the wall year round, and be inspired by all things amorous… including well known romantic movies’.
Students from the Fashion, Costume, Textiles and Illustration Foundation course pathways have exhibited work they had to post to their tutors.
Tim Edgar, Head of School Prep HE and Foundation Course Leader recently visited Indian schools in Delhi and Dehradun offering advice on Portfolio building and running “Concertina” Book Workshops.
These were a great success building on relationships which have been established over the last few years, with many Indian students now studying at AUB on Foundation and as Undergraduates. Tim noticed how often the Indian students, aged 17 or 18, chose timely environmental themes to explore.
To promote his new album, ∞ (Infinity), Tiersen undertook a 1000km cycling and signing tour of Brittany, France over six days in July. Documenting the whole tour was PrepHE Pathway Leader for Film and Animation, Sam Wilkins.
As Preparation for HE courses display latest work, Leanne Atkin from Diploma in Art and Design – Foundation Studies has been awarded ‘Best in show’ for her photographic retrospective exploration of her mothers illness.
Leanne said: “This work was for the body project. I was interested in the science behind the body and mind so I decided to materialise childhood memories of mine relating to my mums illness. I looked at the work of Jo Spence who did self portraits when she had cancer – that sparked the idea.