Exhibition to showcase digital artwork from across the globe

Wacom and Just Another Agency present ‘The Next Level’ exhibition – Monday 5 to Sunday 18 September

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The exhibition created by global digital technology company Wacom and creative management agency Just Another Agency will feature work from five locally and internationally renowned artists and budding creatives in what will be a one-of-a-kind event.

As part of the exhibition, Wacom and Just Another Agency are giving all creatives the chance to showcase their work alongside Alex Lehours, Alex Solis, Ben Brown, Bec Winnel, and Dirty Bandits, whose designs will be created using various Wacom tools.

Between now and Wednesday 15 June, those that share their digital artwork creations on Instagram and tag @wacomanz, @justanotheragency and #wacomnextlevel will automatically enter into ‘The Next Level’ competition. The chosen winners will not only have their work exhibited and published in ‘The Next Level’ publication, but if purchased, will receive a 60 percent cut.

“At Wacom, we are all about supporting creatives,” says Shane Cook, Managing Director, Wacom Australia. “In creating powerful new tools of connectivity and expression that influences every aspect of the human experience, Wacom is excited to invite all creatives to take part in this competition.”

To enter, just follow these simple steps:

1. Create an amazing piece of digital artwork
2. Upload it onto Instagram tagging @wacomanz and @justanotheragency
3. Hashtag your design with #wacomnextlevel
4. Ask your friends to share!

The exhibition runs from Monday 5 to Sunday 18 September at Melbourne’s No Vacancy in Federation Square, with its opening night on Thursday 8 September.
For more information on the competition, as well as the terms and conditions, visit

About Wacom
Founded in 1983, Wacom is a global company based in Japan (Tokyo Stock Exchange 6727) with subsidiaries and affiliate offices around the world to support marketing and distribution in over 150 countries. Wacom’s vision to bring people and technology closer together through natural interface