In Pictures

MOD. holds its biggest party yet

Hundreds of people attended a party at UniSA’s future-focused museum, MOD.

The party was to celebrate MOD.’s current exhibition, Flex, which asks visitors to explore boundaries and navigate ethical challenges to determine where they’d draw the line. About 640 people attended the party.

The three-hour event featured bendy and twisty performers, mind expanding activations, and taste bud tingling food and drinks for the scientifically curious. There was music by DJ Cazeaux Oslo, gin by distillers Brighter Later, food from Braising Boy’s truck, acrobats from South Coast Circus and much more.

Highlights from MOD.’s Flex party. Video by Topbunk
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Celebrating National Reconciliation Week

Events were held across UniSA’s metropolitan and regional campuses, as well as online, to celebrate National Reconciliation Week 2023.

This year’s theme was Be a Voice for Generations, encouraging all Australians to be a voice for reconciliation in tangible ways in their everyday lives, to create a more just, equitable and reconciled country for all.

Highlights from across UniSA’s campuses included opportunities to savour Aboriginal foods and sweets, immersing students in Aboriginal music, and activities to showcase the richness of Aboriginal culture.

National Reconciliation Week