Student work and experiences
School of Art, Architecture and Design programs of study in art at undergraduate, postgraduate and research degree level equip graduates with high-level creative problem-solving skills balanced with highly developed practical skills. Student prizes and awards are included under each studio specialisation
- New Media Arts
- Jewellery and Metal
- Sculpture and Installation
- Kim Buck
The lecturers and tutors are all professional artists themselves. They're practising artists, which makes a huge difference in the level of knowledge and understanding. More...
- Karen Cunningham and
Windows to success: Two students from the South Australian School of Art (now the School of Art, Architecture and Design) have shone through at two separate national awards programs. (The Graduate)
- Yhonnie Scarce
I chose to study this program at UniSA, South Australian School of Art (SASA) because of my keen interest in visual art, and because SASA offered glass forming as a course. More...
- Kay Drabsch
(specialising in Art and Design History and Theory)
If I had to pick a favourite year it would be Honours. I was terrified of all the reading and writing. More...
Rankin (specialising in Art and Design History and Theory)
My pathway through Art and Design courses was an interactive journey influenced by my own interests, employment opportunities and voluntary work undertaken in the arts industry. More...
- Hilary Crawford
Glass artist on the world stage: With her works already in numerous public and private collections here and abroad, glass artist and UniSA graduate Hilary Crawford is now making a splash in galleries overseas. (The Graduate)
- Vanessa Brady
London was always calling. I can't describe it in any other way. I just knew that I had to go there...the city has such an incredibly vibrant art scene, so many galleries, and a public that are really passionate about art. More...
- Honour Freeman
Following her studies, she undertook a two year Design Associate position at the prestigious JamFactory in Adelaide, and in 2004 a residency at Guldagergaard Museum of International Ceramic Art, Denmark. More...