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SAE and International Symposium of Electronic Art inspire Queensland creatives with upcoming exhibition

SAE University College (SAE) is delighted to announce its partnership with the International Symposium of Electronic Art (ISEA) and the hosting of ‘Ethos’ - a specially curated exhibition featuring some of the finest digital artists from around the world.

The showcase takes place on Tuesday 25 June 2024 from 5pm to 9pm (AEST), at the SAE Brisbane campus, located in the heart of West End.

In alignment with SAE’s mission to inspire the next generation of creative and technology leaders, ‘Ethos’ offers an immersive experience for attendees to interact with digital art installations, engage in conversations with international artists, and explore the diverse career pathways within the creative industries.

The event’s program will feature ‘artists in conversation’ sessions and curated exhibitions, providing insights into the creative process and career opportunities in the field. Additionally, an evening program will offer food trucks, drink vendors, and further interactive experiences, creating a vibrant atmosphere for attendees to connect and engage with the creative community.

SAE General Manager, Dr Luke McMillan, expressed his enthusiasm for the upcoming exhibition and opportunity to show case SAE’s “world-class facilities” – as the only creative media university college with a national presence.

“We are proud to be supporting this event with ISEA, which underscores SAE’s commitment to nurturing emerging creative practice and providing a space for artistic expression and exploration. We are excited to showcase the fantastic range of digital art on display at our Brisbane campus, highlighting the intersection of technology and creativity,” Dr McMillan said.

“As a University College, the event presents a unique opportunity for prospective students, including Year 12 school leavers and those exploring creative and technology related career paths, to discover why they will feel at home and supported at SAE University College.”

Co-Chair of ISEA, Wesley Enoch, shared his perspective on the significance of the collaboration with SAE and what it will offer creatives in the Queensland community.

“ISEA is delighted to partner with SAE for this dynamic exhibition, which brings together local and international talent in electronic art”, Mr Enoch said. “By fostering dialogue and showcasing innovative works, ‘Ethos’ embodies the spirit of collaboration and creativity that defines ISEA and the SAE communities.”

For more information about ‘Ethos’ at SAE Brisbane and to stay updated on the event visit: sae.edu.au/isea.

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