See work from Wellington designers and artists who are younger and more talented than you.
September 25, 2017
There's nothing like seeing a bunch of young peoples' incredibly good work to make you feel bad about where you are at in life. Massey University's College of Creative Arts's annual Exposure exhibition is the perfect place to ask yourself 'why wasn't I doing anything even a quarter this good when I was a student?'
The show is made up of work from a cohort of bloody talented graduates of Design, Fine Arts and Creative Media Production degrees. Put aside a whole afternoon for this exhibition — you'll need all the time you can get to explore the work from the next generation of fashion and textile designers, photographers, visual communicators, industrial designers and more. There'll be exquisite garments, plenty of interesting use of tech, immersive augmented reality pieces and more.
All of the works have business cards with designer/creator details so you can hit them up and ask how they made such awesome stuff from the desks of their miserable student flats. Entry is free and the exhibition runs from 4 - 18 November, 10am – 4pm in Block 2 at Massey's Mount Cook campus.