Discover the hidden treasures of the UniSA Library by coming along to one of our many exhibitions. Exhibitions showcase important aspects of our vast collection, including archival and special collections.
In addition, we put on themed displays of items in the collection which are available for loan.
Exhibitions are open to the public and admission is free
Find out what’s on right now. Exhibition themes draw upon the strengths of our collections or relate to events occurring at UniSA or in our wider society. We host exhibitions on each campus for a minimum of three months.
Past exhibitions include Louis Laybourne Smith and Gavin Walkley: Architecture Educators (2011), Faces of Asylum by Amnesty International (2011), Rosemary Crowley and Social Justice exhibition (2010), and Pilgrims Progress (2009).
For further information or if you would like to contact the Library regarding hosting an exhibition, please Ask the Library.