Studio 19 Panorama photograph by Carolyn Nowaczyk.
Exposure Arts and Media was established in 2003 by visual/ fine artist/ photographer and graphic designer, Carolyn Nowaczyk. A practicing and exhibiting artist and designer for 20 years, she decided to bring all the arts under one umbrella to give clients everything visual. From identity and web design to photography and illustration; all cross over to create original pieces for advertising, promotion or pure visual eye candy.
Exposure Arts consists of practicing artists as well as designers which means new mediums of creating visual works are constantly being explored and boundaries being pushed. We keep up with the latest trends and utilise them within workable mediums. We have a background in prepress as well as studio-based environments, meaning we understand how a job will transform from computer to finished printed work.
We have recently expanded our business so that we can encourage and share creative experiences at our new Studio 19. We are holding regular drawing sessions, creative writing workshops and acoustic jam sessions to bring the creative community together in a fun and relaxed environment. We are always thinking of new ways to share our lovely little studio space with YOU. Everyone is welcome and everyone is made to feel like OUR HOME IS YOUR HOME. So drop by for a cuppa.
CAROLYN NOWACZYK has a Masters in Creative Arts (Graphic Design and New Media) from the University of Wollongong and has studied Fine Arts at West Wollongong Tafe. She also has a Diploma in Aboriginal Studies and has studied small business.
Carolyn’s background in design includes working for Fairfax Media’s Illawarra Mercury as an Editorial Designer where she has been responsible for designing news graphics, special publication magazines and the weekly Weekender magazine.
She has also created design work for Swinburne University, The Transport and Logistics Industry Skills Council, Shellharbour City Council, WSN Environmental Services (now SITA), Boolarng Nangamai Aboriginal Cultural Studio as well as web, CD and poster designs for many bands.
NINA KOUREA has recently joined the team as photographer and co-events co-ordinator. Nina was responsible for organising last year’s Viva La Gong Parade as well as a host of Pop-Up exhibitions that were aimed at revitalising the Wollongong City Centre in the lead up to the Viva La Gong Festival.
Nina has also photographed many live performances and is currently working on a community documentary film.
Studio 19 Tuesday night drawing session with model Libbly Bloxham. Photo by Nina Kourea.