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Global networks

The motivation behind Global Networks is to cultivate inspirational and experimental learning environments and open up a world view for both student and tutor through exciting international projects. These optional projects, with one of our international partner organisations, aim to stretch and challenge the student’s art practice and critical faculties whilst simultaneously increasing their awareness of broader social contexts.

Richard Waring Course Leader BA (Hons) Fine Art

two images, one cropped into a specific section nd th other showing a person wearing multiple layers of textiles over their body

Andy Weir — The Less Good Idea

Students worked with curator Bronwyn Lace and performer Bongile Gorata Lecoge-Zulu from Center for The Less Good Idea, interdisciplinary...

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Emily Hawes — Atossa Press

The Atossa Press* is a long-distance, durational and collaborative letter-writing project, connecting international artists with...

Two images, one of a tree in the dark and th other is a coliur drawing of a red woodland

Eugenia Ivanissevich — TALKING TREES

This is my info on the International Project with SPARC, which is not a charity but an NGO, a society - Society for the Protection of the...

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Harry Meadows — Copenhagen Project

AUB students were invited to make work in Copenhagen and exhibit at the Kiosk7 (2018) and Polychrome (2020) galleries. These art and...

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Richard Waring — Sonic Camouflage

Sonic Camouflage brings several art students and a tutor together to create a sonic and performative artwork. The artwork responds to...

AUB students in Milan

Richard Waring — VVV Residency

The Italian VVV residency is an exciting collaborative inter-university video art project that run for 7 years...

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Richard Waring- British Council Venice Biennale Research Fellowships

This is a one month residency in Venice for two students to undertake during the time between second and third year. Fully supported...