Creative Careers HE Day – 28 April 2017

Creative Careers HE Day – Friday 28 April 2017

We would like to invite you to attend our Creative Careers HE Day.

This free event takes place on Friday 28 April 2017 at the Arts University Bournemouth campus, from 9.15am to 3.30pm.

You will have the opportunity to find out more about AUB, the courses that we offer, creative careers, portfolio guidance and how to support your students in their journey into the creative arts at Higher Education level.

Outline of the day

9.15am
Registration and refreshments

9.50am
Welcome Address from our Deputy Vice Chancellor, Professor Emma Hunt.

10am
Entry Requirements, Portfolio and Interviews: this talk will explain our entry requirements, give you an understanding of what your students need to demonstrate in a portfolio and advise you what they can expect at interview.  

10.45am
Morning workshop
a) Visual Communications
b) Architecture – learn the workings of our Architecture Studio. Discover techniques with the opportunity to implement them in a hands-on workshop.

12pm
Networking Lunch – an opportunity to talk to some of our course leaders, meet members of our schools team and take a look at some samples of student portfolios.

12.55pm
Afternoon Workshop
a) Visual Effects – Visual Effects is an exciting discipline blending creativity and technology. Experience the fundamental process of removing a green screen and combing live action footage with a digital environment.
b) Modelmaking – Modelmaking is a subject which uniquely combines arts and technology. Explore the techniques and skills in a hands-on session.

2.30pm Creative Careers Talk – what do creative students go on to do? 

3.15pm Campus Tour (optional) 

STEM TO STEAM

Throughout the day, there will be a particular focus on linking the creative arts with STEM subjects (STEAM), as we are aware that this is of increasing importance to schools and colleges. This will feature heavily within our workshops, with a view to supporting the exploration of interdisciplinary studies at your institution.

Through feedback from schools and colleges, we understand that the curriculum is changing, and the impact that this may have on the arts in your institution. We would be delighted to support your current studies, and to encourage student progression to the creative arts at Higher Education.

If you would like to attend please email schools@aub.ac.uk at your earliest convenience. Spaces are subject to availability.