Director Scott Hicks lines up a shot on actor Geoffrey Rush through his viewfinder
STARSTRUCK: Working on the set of iconic
Australian films
Lisa Tomasetti has captured some of the most iconic moments in Australia cinema on set of films such as Shine, Rabbit-Proof Fence, The Dish and Looking for Alibrandi. Also a prolific fine art photographer, she shares her story ahead of the last days of Samstag’s Starstruck: Australian Movie Portraits exhibition. more...
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Michael Smith
Building foundations for the future
For more than 20 years the Asian property market has given Michael Smith opportunities to become a successful leader in his field. He is now helping property undergraduates access similar career building experiences through his UniSA Asian Experience Travel Grant. more...
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Annette Young
A journalist daring to challenge
conventional thinking
We are living in an information age where accessing global news is an easy thing to take for granted. Yet producing that news – turning raw data into quality content and getting it to the audience - takes hard work and skill. That work is a daily challenge for Annette Young, a senior journalist and news presenter for France 24 Television. more...
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Dr James Charles
Making strides in Aboriginal Australian healthcare
For some, UniSA Scholarships are critical to support our students in reaching their greatest potential and just one example of how life-changing this funding can be is Dr James Charles – illiterate at 27 and now one of Australia’s foremost academic authorities on Aboriginal foot health. more...
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Hayden McComas on a CFS truck
Paving the way to new career opportunities
through education
From the Army and the Police to the Australian Border Force, Haydn McComas has led an impressive career in law enforcement and is about to expand his horizons further through a PhD at UniSA. more...
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Challenge your perception of peace and Visit MOD.’s new exhibition – WAGING PEACE
Open from 27 NOV 2018 - 28 APR 2019, MOD.’s new exhibition will open your mind to the possibility of proactively and aggressively pursuing peace. In the exhibition galleries, you can try your hand at serious gaming, explore satellites in space and interact with defence technologies through the design of a deployable field hospital in augmented reality.
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Hawke Centre: Forecast: Industrial Design & Product Design Graduate Exhibition 2018 – Adelaide
The Industrial Design and Product Design Graduate exhibition titled Forecast was inspired by the artistic and social movement, Futurism. The movement originated in the 20th century, it emphasised speed, technology, youth, violence and objects such as the car, the airplane and the industrial city. This exhibition embodies this movement, emphasising the development of design. These graduates are the designers of the future, designers of the new world.
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Deadly Alumni Cocktail Reception – Adelaide
Join UniSA's Professor Peter Buckskin PSM FACE, Dean: Aboriginal Engagement & Strategic Projects and fellow alumni for a cocktail reception at Pridham Hall. Guest speaker is composer and educator Deborah Cheetham AO DUniv, a leader and pioneer in the Australian arts landscape for more than 25 years.
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Hawke Centre: Unsound Adelaide 2018 - Discourse Program
The successful Discourse Program presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, UniSA will continue to be a vital part of unsound during the day on Saturday 15 December and Sunday 16 December – offering a chance for the audience to interact with the artists.
 
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Hawke Centre unsound: discourse program
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The Sapphires - Deborah Mailman as Gail by Lisa Tomasetti, Samstag Starstruck exhibition
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Waging Peace - MOD.s new exhibition Opening from 27 Nov
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