How UOW’s creative arts students are bringing their experiences to life.

“What is Zenith?” I ask.

“Zenith can mean a couple of things,” says Dr Boni Cairncross, a lecturer in Contemporary Arts at the University of Wollongong (UOW).

“It can be an Astronomy term, meaning the point on the celestial sphere vertically above a given position. Or it also means the highest point.”

Dr Cairncross is looking at the artworks on display in the 2020 UOW Creative Arts Graduate Art Exhibition, titled “Zenith”.

Through the corridors and art spaces of UOW’s Building 25, the exhibition features a range of creative, conceptual and material processes: textiles, sculpture, photography, painting, video and installation. It is a vivid and eclectic display, bursting with colour.

The art show is a significant moment for the final year students and marks a transition from undergraduate studies to deploying their practical, creative and technical abilities in the real world.

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