Design students’ work to shine in virtual Cave

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The innovative work of graduating Design students will be on show to the public in an immersive experience inside The Cave2 on campus at USC Sunshine Coast on Monday 11 November from 9am to 4pm.

As the students prepare to finish their degrees next month, their work will feature in LUCID – Expressing our passion, this year’s title of an annual showcase previously held at the USC Gallery.

It will include a range of art from multiple disciplines including visual communication, web design (UX/UI), photography, animation and games design.

Lecturer in Fashion Studies Deborah Fisher said up to 300 industry representatives, friends and family members would attend the invitation-only opening on Friday 8 November, with a welcome by USC Associate Professor in Art and Design Lisa Chandler.

She said the showcase also was a great opportunity for job-seeking students to network with employers from the creative industries.

“Members of the industry and the public will be able to experience the students’ exciting work in The Cave2, which is a powerful visualisation area,” she said.

Computer games and animation presentations will be screened in the high-tech studio, which offers a 320-degree, 3D virtual environment.

To book free tickets, go to eventbrite.com.au/e/76517825877 or email Phodgins@usc.edu.au before Wednesday 6 November.
 

 
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