UniSA Whyalla Creative Workshops engaging with tomorrow’s designers across regional SA

Have you ever asked the question, “What do designers do?” Recently, UniSA’s School of Art, Architecture and Design deployed their Mobile Art Architecture and Design Studios (MAADS) as a venue to exhibit and engage with students from across regional South Australia to explore this very question. Through hands-on creative workshops, the designers of tomorrow explored a range of creative disciplines across the School of Art, Architecture and Design, having fun thinking, designing, and making.

The creative workshops involved academic and technical staff, and volunteers from the School of Art, Architecture and Design, 163 secondary school students participated from Pt Lincoln High School, Whyalla High School, Pt Augusta Secondary School, Samaritan College, Edward John Eyre, plus students from the Regional and Aboriginal Pathways Program, and 128 primary school students from Nicolson Primary School.

Image: Nick Frayne