Stroke survivors were given the opportunity to view their artwork at the launch of a unique exhibition at Bournemouth University on 26th January 2016 The artworks are the result… »
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The HeART of Stroke is a feasibility study of a randomised controlled trial of an Arts for Health group intervention to support self-confidence and psychological wellbeing following a stroke Stroke, which is… »
Using animation to communicate the unpredictable dynamics of an infection transmission.
News! Read about one of AiR’s early successes with a two-day workshop and a presentation at the Social Research Association in London. BU has a growing community of Arts in… »
A counter-narrative to animation in Western popular culture.
On the 8th July 2013, in West Lulworth, the launch took place of a full length documentary film about the Seen But Seldom Heard project with live performances from young… »
Many of us dream of sitting down to write a novel, but few of us actually achieve it. This workshop as part of the Festival of Learning in 2013 gave… »
Over the last six months Bournemouth University Dementia Institute (BUDI) has been working to engage with the public and promote awareness and understanding of dementia. ‘(Don’t) Mention Dementia’ is an… »
Secret things happen in hidden corners of the UK. Associate Professor of Art and Media Practice Neal White visited them…
… or the use of Arts-based Methods for discovery and communication* “We envisage the continuing exploration of the potential of Performative Social Science (PSS) in order to encourage researchers and… »
The Experimental Media Space group is a multidisciplinary research strand centred within Bournemouth University’s EMERGE (Experimental Media Research) Group. Its research is engaged with the relationship between networks, spatial information… »
Bournemouth University’s EMERGE or Experimental Media Research group is looking into new and innovative developments in media arts and digital media. Emerge’s research into The Experimental Screen is driven by… »
Researchers use novel methodologies to engage ‘seldom heard’ voices.