10 June–17 July
Fifty advanced-level students will present a colourful and evocative exhibition of large format prints on paper, canvas or vinyl that demonstrates the innovation and creativity practised in their course.
Concentrating on digital illustration, students are encouraged to experiment with photography, painting and drawing skills combined with computer software to produce a dynamic body of art work.
This year, students explore themes in fantasy, human form, metropolis, culture, mechanics, technology or the natural world.
The University of the Sunshine Coast offers a Bachelor of Computer-based Design which prepares students for a variety of careers, including advertising, graphic design, multimedia design, packaging, publishing, visual communication and web design.
Image: Ryan DOWD, digital image (detail), 2010