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Open August

Thinking about uni study in 2021? Be led by your fingertips or your feet, depending on what suits you – Attend UniSA's virtual open days online from anywhere, or step onto our campuses with an in-person tour.

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Aug 20
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Aug 20
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Aug 20
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Aug 20

Open August

Thinking about uni study in 2021? Be led by your fingertips or your feet, depending on what suits you – Attend UniSA's virtual open days online from anywhere, or step onto our campuses with an in-person tour.

Work-in-Progress Exhibition

A showcase of student work from the Bachelor of Design (Product Design) and the Master of Design (Industrial Design) from the first half of 2020

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Jun 20
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Aug 20
29
Jun 20
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31
Aug 20

Work-in-Progress Exhibition

A showcase of student work from the Bachelor of Design (Product Design) and the Master of Design (Industrial Design) from the first half of 2020

The ART in heART

This exhibition showcases artworks by local emerging artists attending weekly workshops run by Neami National.

Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and Neami National, as part of SALA

Image: Bianca Kennelly, Ice and Moonlight

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Jul 20
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28
Aug 20
6
Jul 20
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28
Aug 20

The ART in heART

This exhibition showcases artworks by local emerging artists attending weekly workshops run by Neami National.

Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and Neami National, as part of SALA

Image: Bianca Kennelly, Ice and Moonlight

A quarter turn around the sun

A showcase of new student artwork from UniSA’s Bachelor of Contemporary Art program. Presented with SALA.

Sculptural, video, photography and ceramic works explore themes of transmission, transience, and absence, teasing out the social and environmental implications of a new topography.

27
Jul 20
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Aug 20
27
Jul 20
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21
Aug 20

A quarter turn around the sun

A showcase of new student artwork from UniSA’s Bachelor of Contemporary Art program. Presented with SALA.

Sculptural, video, photography and ceramic works explore themes of transmission, transience, and absence, teasing out the social and environmental implications of a new topography.

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