The Orpheus Creative Arts majors group have worked collaboratively over the past year with acclaimed disabled artist Tanya-Raabe Webber, where they created a multi-format virtual exhibition that they named ‘New Horizons’.

 Screenshots from a Zoom call, artist Tanya Is pictured to the right along with a row of colourful artworks

The group worked on this exhibition through Zoom video calls, where they experimented with new art materials and creative techniques that resulted in a series of artworks that showcase various types of horizons (hence the name of the exhibition) along with different creatures conceptualised by each artist.

 a screenshot from inside the New Horizons virtual exhibition, with two colourful paintings and an information board on the wall, two museum benches and a table are at the right of the image

There are two interactive formats of the exhibition, the first version is a virtual flipbook publication on Issuu which contains the complete sketchbook works from Tanya and the students, and the second is a 3D virtual art exhibition that can be navigated, which also features an original soundscape created by the Orpheus Music Enterprise students, led by Creative Art majors Eddie and Zoe.


The exhibition is available to view online until August 2024 and both formats can be accessed here – we hope you enjoy them!