NOW events celebrate a new generation of creatives at Wintec
Honours students Jarom Gudgeon and Juliann Smith busy in their studios preparing to share their work in the Wintec Creative Showcase: NOW.
A new generation of designers, photographers, musicians and multimedia students will reveal their work in NOW, a showcase of creative work by 2018 Wintec School of Media Arts students from Monday 12 - Sunday 25 November. A series of events will celebrate talent from students who are ready to join our professional creative community.
Explore our creative school transformed from workroom to showroom as Wintec’s Media Arts graduating students exhibit their final projects. You’ll see design, fashion, photography, interior design and contemporary art, along with music performances that will inspire.
NOW is open to the public with opportunities to purchase artworks. Join us as we celebrate the end of another productive year.
The showcase will be located across Wintec City Campus and The Meteor over two weeks:
Doors open 7.00pm, show starts 7.30pm
Tuesday 13 November
Wednesday 14 November
Second and third-year soloists
Thursday 15 November
Song arranging concert with orchestra
Friday 16 November
Doors open 6.00pm, show starts 6.30pm
Ensemble class performances
Sunday 18 November
Fashion runway show 5-9pm (invitation only)
Tuesday 20 November
Moving Image 7pm, Events Room 1, Wintec Gallagher Hub
Thursday 22 November - opening events
Photography 5.00pm, P Block
Graphic Design 5.30pm, R Block
Postgraduate 5.30pm, Ramp Gallery and X Block
Interior Design 5.30pm R Block Social Space
Painting and Sculpture 6-9pm, X Block, Collingwood Street
Communication, industry evening event (invitation only)
Exhibitions are open to the public from 23-25 November.
Secondary school students are welcome to tour our showcase.We’ve set aside Friday 23 November to invite secondary school students to attend as individuals, with parents or in class groups along with teachers. It is a chance for secondary school students to see what to expect from creative study at Wintec.