A lot goes on within our little creative campus. Even more goes on beyond. Find it all below…
European Union students applying to university for both the 2017/18 and 2018/19 academic years will still have access to student funding support.
The government announced that EU students applying to English universities for the 2017/18 and 2018/19 academic years will be eligible for student loans and grants for the duration of their course.
AUB is delighted to announce that it will soon be welcoming the Bestival team to campus.
On Wednesday 26th April at 5pm, AUB SU will be hosting an open lecture entitled ‘How to Run a Festival’ which will see DJ and Bestival founder, Rob da Bank, founder of Leefest, Lee Denny, and Ele Beattie from Field Maneuvers share their experiences and insight into the festival world.
BAFTA award-winning and Oscar nominated director and animator, Sylvain Chomet, has been on campus this week sharing his work with BA (Hons) Animation students.
Chomet presented a showcase of his work to students and is also holding a special screening of one of his most famous works, The Illusionist, followed by a Q&A later today.
On Friday 31st March, The Noematic Collective held a sonic takeover in the Drawing Studio at Arts University Bournemouth.
Sian Hutchings, Graduate in Residence for BA (Hons) Fine Art, founded the collective after starting a sound group open to all students within AUB.
The AUB Student Union (AUBSU) Thank You awards recognise those particular staff members, who go above and beyond their roles at AUB.
The winners were announced on Friday 31 March, by Students’ Union President, Lauren Housego.
Last week saw the opening of the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2016 exhibition, with a panel discussion and private view.
The panel was chaired by Richard Waring, Course Leader of BA (Hons) Fine Art at AUB.
Third year students from Arts University Bournemouth are excited to be collaborating with Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra’s (BSO) contemporary music ensemble, Kokoro, on a production of Into the Woods at the Lighthouse Poole.
The production will run from 30th March – 1st April 2017.
Claire won the Student Category for Film & TV, designing and applying a show-stopping entry based on the theme of the French Revolution.
First year BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design students were asked to respond to a scenario which looks at the devastating effect of a natural disaster.
Students had to imagine how to deal with an unlikely earthquake in Bournemouth and were asked to respond to the situation with respect, sensitivity and expertise, keeping in mind the location and the culture of the area.
Films from BA (Hons) Film Production have won in the Royal Television Society Student Awards, Southern Region.
The Village Fate won in the Comedy and Entertainment category, and Bleach in the Drama category. Listen Up Emily was also nominated in Comedy and Entertainment category.
On 20th February, I had the opportunity to run a workshop along with BA (Hons) Fine Art Course Leader Richard Waring and two students helpers (Charles Pritchard & Joe Morgan) for 26 Japanese students from Kyoto University of Art and Design (KUAD).
The day started with a short presentation about the course from Course Leader Richard Waring.