OzAsia Festival, 24 Sep to 4 Oct
Ticket give-aways and discounts for alumni
University of South Australia is the Executive Festival Partner of the 2015 OzAsia Festival. This unique Festival strengthens the connection between Australia and Asia through theatre, dance, music, film, literature, exhibitions and food.
This year the Festival has an Indonesian focus. The program features the Australian premiere of five different events from West Java as well as performances and exhibitions from around the archipelago.
We have two double passes to give away to UniSA alumni for Cry Jailolo at 7:30pm on Friday 25 September in the Dunstan Playhouse. Cry Jailolo is a mesmeric contemporary re-imagining of an authentic tribal dance from North Maluku in Indonesia. To enter click the 'Email Now' link in the banner above.
This year UniSA is also presenting two OzAsia performances: Japan’s Ryoji Ikeda’s Superposition and Miss Revolutionary Idol Berserker.
We are able to offer alumni a 10% discount on all shows (except films) and a special $20 ticket price for Superposition.
To purchase your discounted tickets please book at BASS on 131 246 or online at www.bass.net.au using one of the following promo codes:
- For the special $20 tickets to Superposition use the promo code UNISA
- To receive the 10% off all other shows (except films) use the promo code UNISAOFFER
View the full OzAsia program.
The theme of OzAsia this year is Indonesia and the Festival features the work of Indonesian and Australian-Indonesian artists, including Adelaide-based UniSA alumnus, Tok Basuki.
Tok gained a Bachelor in Graphic Communication in 1993 and is currently studying a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) at UniSA. His exhibition Intersection will be held at the Prospect Gallery from 30 August to 30 September.
UniSA's Hawke Centre Kerry Packer Civic Gallery is featuring Landscape of Longing, which explores the rich world of internationally recognised Australian-Indonesian artist, Jumaadi, from 9 to 30 September.
Find out more about UniSA's partnership with OzAsia here.