“We hope you’ll find One Piece of Advice entertaining, informative, occasionally emotional and maybe even useful, wherever you are on your creative journey.”
Arts University Bournemouth was delighted to launch its brand new alumni magazine last night, designed to celebrate and showcase the work of talented AUB alumni.
Contributors, alumni, current students and AUB staff gathered to celebrate the launch of the magazine at South Coast Roast The Roastery, underneath the Hilton Hotel in Bournemouth.
Titled ‘One Piece of Advice’, the magazine includes interviews with prominent architect, Sir Peter Cook, Jim Cregan of Jimmy’s Iced Coffee, and humanitarian photographer Giles Duley; advice from artist Bob and Roberta Smith; and industry articles from AUB BA (Hons) Fashion Principal Lecturer, Anne Chaisty, and BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design, Rebecca Pride.
The first issue also includes a ‘Day in the Life’ feature with Aardman Academy student, Abby Austin, a road cycling photo essay by photographer Karen Fuchs, and photography by Adama Jollah.
Among the articles, features and interviews is the advice of AUB alumni, as they tell us more about their careers to date, what inspires them and how they got where they are.
The magazine is part of our ‘One Piece of Advice’ alumni project for the next generation of creatives.