A new exhibition at Federation University's Post Office Gallery is showcasing the work of Visual Arts graduates from the 1990s.
The new exhibition Reverb: Return to the 90s was launched on Friday night.
Post Office Gallery Curator Shelley Hinton said she was excited to present a diverse range of work from 30 alumni artists, including painting, sculpture, photography, video and textiles.
"Within each decade of Visual Arts graduates the work is a time capsule of another era, with markedly different styles, approaches and media," she said.
The new exhibition follows the success of exhibitions showcasing graduate work from the 50s, 60s and 70s in 2017 and the 80s in 2018.
Arts Academy Director Associate Professor Rick Chew said the new exhibition would be a fitting celebration of the former student's achievements.
"At the Arts Academy we have a special connection with our visual arts alumni, several of whom have gone on to have significant careers in the creative industries," he said.
The exhibition will run from 14 December to 18 January, open noon to 5pm, Wednesday to Saturday.