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+44 1202 533 011

 

General enquiries

Tel: +44 1202 533 011
Email: hello@aub.ac.uk

 

Arts University Bournemouth
Wallisdown, Poole
Dorset BH12 5HH
United Kingdom

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Admissions enquiries

If you are UK or EU student and have any questions about our courses, qualifications and entry requirements, how to apply or about your application to AUB, please email our AUB admissions team:  admissions@aub.ac.uk or you can phone our admissions team on +44 1202 363228/363225.

International enquiries

Tel: + 44 1202 363217
Email: international@aub.ac.uk
Skype ID: AUBInternational
(Email international@aub.ac.uk to make an appointment)

Short Courses (16+)

Tel: +44 1202 363222
Email: shortcourses@aub.ac.uk

Summer courses

Tel: +44 1202 853605
Email: summercourses@aub.ac.uk

Study Abroad

Tel: +44 1202 853624
Email: studyabroad@aub.ac.uk
Skype: AUB-Studyabroad

Media enquiries

If you would like to arrange an interview with any of our academics or students, film on campus or have any other press-related enquiries, please contact the Marketing department on:

Tel: +44 1202 363321
Email: marketing@aub.ac.uk

 

History of TheGallery — 2003–2010

TheGallery was originally established in 1998, with the appointment of a part-time Exhibitions Officer under the management of The School of Art. TheGallery was then reopened in 2003 under the concept of text+work, as created by TheGallery Committee.

Its first exhibition presented under the concept of text + work was ‘Four Quartet Series’ by Ian McKeever + David Miller. It has since hosted 38 exhibitions (November 2003-April 2010), including three student Summer shows. Since October 2008, TheGallery has added Music to its repertoire, including the Goldberg Variations, performed by David Wright, and From Experimentalism to Minimalism, performed by Kokoro, as part of Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.

A recent collaborative approach with ArtSway, a contemporary art gallery in the New Forest, has also resulted in a presence from text+work at the international art exhibition, the Venice Biennale (2007 and 2009), when text+work hosted the seminars ‘Word Matters’, which explored the relation between the written word and contemporary art.