An exhibition of graduating CSU graphic design students' work will showcase cutting edge designs for contemporary life.
The exhibition will be opened at Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Port Macquarie on Friday, December 1.
The emerge: Graphic Design Graduate Exhibition displays the work of the first graduating cohort of students from the Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design) in the School of Communication and Creative Industries at CSU in Port Macquarie.
CSU graphic design lecturer Willhemina Wahlin said CSU was immensely proud of the work in this exhibition featuring some innovative pieces from graduating and second year graphic design students.
"The exhibition will be of interest to the whole community because graphic design is all around us and influences the choices we make about what we buy and how we live,” she said.
"It will be of particular interest to people in business who might want to hire a graduating designer, as well as potential students and families whose children are thinking of studying design, and educators and professionals in the area."
CSU graphic design student Kseah Cowan said the exhibition was a good way to showcase the students’ work.
“We all have different styles as well,” she said.
The emerge: Graphic Design Graduate Exhibition will open at 6pm to 9pm on December 1 at CSU, 7 Major Innes Road, Port Macquarie, with refreshments provided.
Tickets are free but limited.
Go to Event Brite to RSVP.
The exhibition, which will continue until the end of January, is sponsored by businesses in the Port Macquarie-Hastings region.