The SASA Gallery is a student-focused experimental gallery space. It provides exhibition, research and work integrated learning experiences for UniSA Creative coursework students and higher degree by research candidates. 

The priorities for SASA Gallery's exhibitions program are:

(i) to present the work of UniSA Creative higher degree research candidates;

(ii) to present the annual graduating students' exhibition; and

(iii) to facilitate Samstag Museum of Art's academic engagement programs and workshops.

Broader access to the SASA gallery by UniSA Creative staff and students for exhibitions, workshops, seminars and talks is limited due to high demand, and subject to availability and resources. Staff and students wishing to hold an exhibition in the SASA Gallery should refer to the Exhibition Guidelines.

The 2021 program includes exhibitions such as the Adelaide//International arranged prior to the development of the new SASA Gallery priorities.

For Post Graduate examination exhibitions in the SASA Gallery and student exhibition projects and proposals please email expressions of interest to SASA Curatorial.

What's On






Angelica Harris-Faull: Impressions. Reproductions.
Thursday 21 January - Friday 5 February 

In Impressions. Reproductions, Angelica Harris-Faull offers a consideration, complication and diversification of Western socio-cultural depictions of reproductive organs through a research driven investigation of relief printing and relief methods to highlight the interconnected relationships between identity, embodiment and reproductive organs.

2021 Adelaide//International - Taloi Havini: Tsomi wan-bel
Friday 26 February - Thursday 1 April

Taloi Havini’s Tsomi wan-bel examines acknowledgement and reconciliation via close up footage of three young men taken during traditional Autonomous Region of Bougainville victim-offender mediation.







May: revisions, interventions, extensions 
Friday 30 April - Friday 28 May



SASA Gallery

Location Open Thursday & Friday 10am - 5pm or by appointment