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UNSW Art & Design ANNUAL 18 Graduate Exhibition

Image courtesy UNSW A&D

Image courtesy UNSW A&D

Opening to the public on Tuesday 27th from 5pm, UNSW Art & Design’s ANNUAL Graduate Exhibition is Australia’s largest and most diverse showcase of graduate contemporary art, design and creative media work.

The A&D ANNUAL 18 features an unmatched array of exciting new work from participating creatives, including: animation, film, photography, sound, digital media, and graphic design, as well as painting, sculpture, object design, printmaking, textiles, spatial design, ceramics, jewellery, and more.

This year up to 200 emerging creative practitioners will present their final projects across seven venues, including UNSW Galleries, Kudos Gallery, AD Space, Black Box, Interactive Media Lab, The Lecture Theatre and Makerspace: Virtual Reality Lab.

Annual 18. courtesy UNSW A&D

Annual 18. courtesy UNSW A&D

We are always excited to reconnect with UNSW alumni on our Paddington campus. All UNSW alumni who RSVP will receive a free drink upon arrival.

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