Forthcoming graduates of the University of Abertay Dundee's Institute of Arts, Media and Computer Games and School of Computing and Engineering Systems will display their final-year project work at this week's "Abertay Digital Graduate Show 2010," scheduled to open on Friday, May 21st.
The exhibition features the work of more than 200 students, most of whom will graduate this summer from Abertay degree courses in computer arts, creative sound production, visual communication and media design, and computer games technology.
This year's Digital Graduate Show will also include select works from postgraduate students enrolled in Abertay's masters degrees in computer games technology and game art and animation.
Projects will be displayed at Abertay's Hannah Maclure Centre and the university's National Centre for Excellence in Computer Games Education, along with other high-traffic areas located throughout the campus.
Abertay's Digital Graduate Show 2010 will begin at 2:00 PM on May 21st, with a reception hosted by Professor Bernard King CBE to follow at 4:00 PM in the Hannah Maclure Centre. Select projects will remain on display for public viewing at Abertay until May 28th.