Season's Greetings from UniSA
Happy Holidays from the Vice Chancellor
University of South Australia Vice Chancellor & President, Professor David Lloyd, reflects on the year that’s been and thanks the entire alumni community for all the support during 2019 as we head into the holiday season and new decade. more...
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Rick Woo
LOST in Hong Kong for 45 minutes
MBA Graduate, Rick Woo, has been bringing people together with his LOST escape rooms since 2013 filled to the brim with his unique brand of bespoke puzzles and riddles amongst historical adventures, that now boast more than 13 branches in a number of countries. more...
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Alexandra Brown
Former Vogue Online Editor branches out on her own
Alexandra Brown has always loved fashion and clothes, so it was only natural she followed her heart into the world of women’s magazine publishing. Now in Sydney, she has branched out on her own with a stunning bespoke line of home and body products inspired by her idyllic childhood on Kangaroo Island. more...
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Why are you giving this Christmas?
Have you ever wondered why the act of gift-giving is so ingrained in us as humans? We’ve asked three of UniSA’s expert researchers about our giving behaviours heading into the festive season. Plus, you might just discover some rewarding inspiration if you’ve left your Christmas shopping to the last minute too. more...
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Dr Katia Ferrar
Ending homelessness cycle with dignity
With some much-needed funds from the Australian Communities Foundation (through the Wanless Family Fund), Dr Katia Ferrar’s Open Door Health Justice Clinic has just been given a boost to continue her vital work in providing physiotherapy, podiatry and legal services to adults in crisis or experiencing homelessness. more...
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Fire fighter fighting fire
Communities together against bushfires
As devastating bushfires continue to rage across the country and the scorching weather not likely to let up anytime soon, it is more important than ever to be prepared for the worst-case scenarios and the realities of our enviable, yet often unforgiving, Australian summers. more...
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unisabusiness - The Social Enterprise Issue
 
Alumni Events
 
12
FEB
The Art of Social Change
An opportunity to hear first-hand from the International Sanaa artists as they will share their artistic journey, how they use their art form to positively impact their communities back home, and the changing face of contemporary art in Africa.
13
FEB
Sanaa Storytelling
An evening of theatre, poetry and storytelling. ActNow’s Theatre of the Global Majority are set to take to the stage, showcasing some of their latest work. Steven Tongun will MC the evening which will include poetry reading and storytelling from Chris Best, DyspOra, Tailor Winston and Eva Thupi.
Exhibitions
 
03
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24
MAR
Sanaa: A Better World Through Creativity
Showcasing the work of contemporary African artists - from grassroots level to some of the continents leading artists, this exhibition includes artwork from Africa's street artists, prolific visual artists and photographers.
30
NOV-
24
MAY
MOD. Seven Siblings from the Future
Meet the siblings and help to shape the future of Eucalara through the choices that you make. SEVEN SIBLINGS FROM THE FUTURE asks what sort of future we want for South Australia. We consider the way that our personal values shape our decisions. How do these choices affect our community?
 
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Activism Now
The Hawke Centre
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Samstag Museum
 
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