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AFL’s First Female Umpire and more UniSA Alumni Recognised in Australia Day Honours

AFL’s First Female Umpire Among UniSA Alumni Recognised in Australia Day Honours

The Australia Day Honours and Awards recognise the outstanding service and contributions of our fellow Australians. This year the AFL’s first female umpire, a leading sustainability property developer, a former Premier, and Indigenous education expert are among a number of high-achieving University of South Australia alumni, staff and community that were honoured. Meet the UniSA graduates and friends recognised for their service to the community. more...

Swanbury Penglase’s UniSA M2 and The Plasso project

Eric Swanbury Builds an Innovative Career in Architecture

The University of South Australia and its antecedents have been some of the most important partnerships Eric Swanbury – and his architecture firm Swanbury Penglase – have nurtured in his renowned career, in which he has contributed to a number of structures in the state, and the University. more...

Thriving in Retail Amongst<br />a Post-COVID-19 World

Thriving in Retail Amongst
a Post-COVID-19 World

Aizat Rahim has achieved a lot for his 30 years at the helm of Dropee, a B2B marketplace, where more than 50,000 retailers trust them for all their wholesale needs. Dropee’s mission is to help local retailers grow their business by offering easy discovery to the right products and wholesale suppliers. more...

Steps to a Rewarding Career in High-Risk Podiatry

Steps to a Rewarding Career
in High-Risk Podiatry

Ereena Torpey followed her calling into High-Risk Podiatry when she discovered the life-changing area of expertise while on placement during her study. Now as a Senior Podiatrist, she is doing her best to get as many people as she can back on their feet and able to live a healthy, active and fulfilling life. more...

Samstag Scholar Anne Wallace and Strange Ways

Samstag Scholar and Artist
Anne Wallace's Strange Ways

Acclaimed artist Anne Wallace’s first major survey exhibition, Strange Ways, graced UniSA’s Samstag Museum of Art late last year, cementing her as one of the country’s most important contemporary painters. The 1994 Samstag Scholar talks to Curatorial Assistant Anna Zagala about this achievement. more...


18 March >> Elders Speak: What is the Future of Aboriginal Education?

Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and Office of the Pro Vice Chancellor: Aboriginal Leadership and Strategy, UniSA. Join our panel of experts who will discuss the need for a two-way education system that recognises and respects the cultures, languages and identities of Aboriginal children and young people, as set out in Article 14 of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Aboriginal Peoples. Panellists will include University of South Australia Professors and members of Purkarninthi, the UniSA Elders in Residence.


1 February to 26 March >> CONTACT

CONTACT brings together a group of diverse emerging artists exploring the themes of identity, politics, race, migration and modern slavery through photography, painting, installation and video. Commissioned and presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, this exhibition is curated by South Australian artist Elyas Alavi.

26 February to 1 April >> Jesse Jones: Tremble, Tremble

Created by Ireland’s Jesse Jones at the height of the abortion referendum, Tremble, Tremble takes as its starting point the protest chant of Italian women in the 1970s: “Tremble, tremble, the witches are back!”. Showing soon at the Samstag Museum of Art.

Until 30 April >> History of Australian Industrial Relations, Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Library

On display in The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre’s Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, this exhibition explores Australia's industrial relations from the colonial period to the present day, with a focus on Hawke’s impact on industrial relations in Australia through his work at the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) and as Prime Minister of Australia.


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