Graduating students from the Bachelor of Illustration will showcase their work to industry professionals and members of the public in See Saw, an exhibition that promises to deliver a diverse range of styles across an array of different mediums.
These NMIT third-year students have collaboratively curated and hung the exhibition as a celebration and culmination of their training in the illustration degree.
The pieces take on many forms - from graphic novels and projections, to animation - as students navigate the delicate balance between being an individual artist and working conceptually together as a group.
NMIT staff working within the Bachelor of Illustration will also exhibit their illustration and design work in Transdisciplinary Studio on Yarra Bend Road - curated by Dr Colleen Morris, Head of Department: Creative Arts, Higher Education.
Both exhibitions will be on display concurrently and offer an excellent opportunity to take in works from NMIT staff and students, with a combined opening night on Wednesday 5 December from 6-8pm open to the public.
What: See Saw (NMIT student exhibition)
Transdisciplinary Studio on Yarra Bend Road (NMIT staff exhibition)
When: 5-22 December 2012
Where: red gallery, 157 St Georges Road, Fitzroy North 3068
Hours: 11am-5pm from Wednesday to Saturday
Media enquiries should be directed to the NMIT Communications Officer, James Gardener, on (03) 92691579, 0413 483 182 or email@example.com
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Media enquiries should be directed to the NMIT Communications Officer, James Gardener.