Works of art from the Collection are available for display in key public areas of the University on approval by the Samstag Museum of Art Director and subject to the borrower's agreement to the conditions specified in the University of South Australia Collection Loan Agreement Forms.
Historically, certain works have been associated with a particular campus, school or organisational unit, and due consideration of the provenance of a work of art will be given. Collection loan requests must be made through the Samstag Museum of Art. The Samstag Museum of Art will endeavour to accommodate requests, however the Museum reserves the right to locate works in the Collection where deemed appropriate.
The Campus Manager or nominee will be responsible for monitoring works displayed on each Campus, and will report any changes or modifications to the location and environmental conditions to the Samstag Museum of Art.
Works of art on display must not be moved without prior approval from the Samstag Museum of Art. Samstag Museum of Art staff or nominees will manage the movement of works of art. The relevant Campus Manager will be advised of any proposals to move works of art on display.
The display of privately owned works of art and works of art belonging to organisational units which are not part of the University Collection will be the responsibility of the individual owner or unit.
For further information about the display of works of art on campus please contact the Samstag Museum of Art.
Image: Wandjuk Marika, Clan design, c. 1970, natural ochres on bark, 128 x 53 cm irreg., Max Hart Collection, University of South Australia, © estate of the artist, licensed by Aboriginal Artists Agency 2009