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Life in the fast lane

When UK-based alumni Dwayne Blee saw a motorsport company advertising a position in video production he seized an opportunity to combine his skills with one of his passions. It wasn’t until he was given the address for the interview that he found out he was stepping into the world of Formula 1. more…

Mila Bristow

Partners in the plant world

A group of industry leaders will speak at the University of South Australia’s Biosecurity Seminar on 16 November. Here, Mila Bristow tells us about the role of Plant Health Australia in connecting all elements of the supply chain to ensure everyone, including the consumer, is doing their part. more...

Wolf Blass

Message in a bottle

The Wolf Blass Foundation scholarship is designed to support the Australian wine industry to be more successful through better marketing and innovative practices. Thanks to recent research, wine producers now have a clearer insight into what retailers are looking for when allocating precious shelf space. more...

UniSA's 2022 3MT Grand Final winner Laine Anderson

 3MT grand finalists share their theses 

The 3 Minute Thesis (3MT®) is a nation-wide competition that challenges our brightest PhD researchers to distill their research topic to a compelling 3 minute presentation. Hosted by ABC presenter Julia Lester, this video showcases seven UniSA finalists in an inspiring evening of future-focused research. watch...

Kristin Murdock

Crime writer receives suspended sentence

If it hadn’t been for the pandemic, UniSA Alumna Kristin Murdock would have spent much of 2020 holed up in Old Melbourne Gaol … and loving every minute of it. more...

SA Discovery Tour, Sunday 2nd April - Tuesday 4th April 2023, Register now, proudly supporting Flinders Foundation and the University of South Australia

Events & Exhibitions

7 November to 2 December >> The Quilt: An Australian AIDS Memorial

Quilts are inherently special objects. Made by an individual for their home, or by a group for their community, quilts are representative of love and connection. This exhibition at the Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, curated by South Australia Mobilisation + Empowerment for Sexual Health uses quilts to remember those who lost their lives to AIDS and to memorialise the lives lost at the height of the AIDS epidemic. Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, the exhibition will feature several blocks of the iconic quilt and important ephemera associated with the AIDS epidemic.

Thursday 10 November >> 2022: Reckoning with Power and Privilege

2022: Reckoning With Power and Privilege is a collection of The Conversation’s most insightful essays from leading thinkers about this year’s momentous events. Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and The Conversation, join political scientist and journalist Associate Professor Andrea Carson, Business and Economy Editor of The Conversation Peter Martin AM, and Dean of Programs at UniSA Justice and Society Associate Professor Deirdre Tedmanson as they explore the potent forces that continue to shape our world and how those with the privilege of power don’t always prevail with The Conversation’s editor, Misha Ketchell.

Wednesday 16 November >> Biosecurity in South Australia

The University of South Australia’s inaugural biosecurity seminar will feature guest speakers - Adrian Turner, Dr Mila Bristow, Dr Susan Stone, Dr Bethany Cooper and Nathan Rhodes - followed by a Q&A panel discussion, refreshments and networking.

Until 25 November >> Experience MOD.’s INVISIBILITY

There’s only one month left to see MOD. museum’s 2022 exhibition INVISIBILITY! INVISIBILITY is everywhere. It’s the people we don’t notice, the environmental changes we can’t see, and the algorithms working hard behind the scenes. Join us as we time travel underground, delve into the tech monopolies controlling our lives, and slow down to notice the importance of the land around us.

8 December 2022 to 27 January 2023 >> C-Idea Design Awards Exhibition

The C-IDEA Design Award is an annual multinational juried design competition. With jury members from 20 countries, and over 30 representatives from high-profile designers to educators, these awards aim to recognise and promote visionary talents. Representing a wide array of design fields, works ranging from Industrial Design, Architecture, Interior Design, illustration, Animation, Fashion, Communication Design and New Media, will be on display at the Kerry Packer Civic Gallery. Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and UniSA Creative.

Until 16 December >> Soda Jerk: Open Sauce

Hello Dankness, a new commission by Samstag in partnership with the Adelaide Film Festival, is Soda Jerk’s third feature film. Hello Dankness screens within Soda Jerk’s solo exhibition, Open Sauce, which also includes screenings of their controversial political fable TERROR NULLIUS (2018) and a large-scale installation of THE WAS (2015), Soda Jerk’s video collaboration with The Avalanches. Hello Dankness screens 3:30pm daily.

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MOD. Invisibility

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