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Students bring artistic visions to life in Creative Arts exhibition.

At the end of each academic year hundreds of people flock to see the art made by students completing their Bachelor of Creative Arts, majoring in Visual and Media Arts and Graphic Design.

OUT THERE is the culmination of three years of hard work, carefully packed into one exhibition.

This collection of photographic portraits, showcase some of the artists and their creations. Dr Agnieszka Golda, the exhibition’s curator and Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Art, says this is the time for art students to shine.

“At this point the student’s artistic achievements have been recognised and from here they will develop their voices and identity,” she said.

The eclectic works range from half metre-tall Pokemons made from toffee, a three-metre long photomontage consisting of thousands of selfies of the same person, melting balls of ice hooked up by an elaborate arrangement of fishing line, and a selection of hand-knitted depictions of stretched endangered animal skins.

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