SASA Gallery

The SASA Gallery (South Australian School of Art Gallery) is a research facility within UniSA's School of Art, Architecture & Design. The SASA Gallery's exhibition, publication and external scholar programs focus on experimental, innovative and performative contemporary art, design, curatorial and writing practices.

The SASA Gallery's exhibition and publication programs position South Australian practitioners in a national and international context, engage with critical dialogue and debate, and enable artists, designers, curators and writers to generate new art and new ideas.

As well as being a centre for high-quality research, the SASA Gallery is an active site of teaching and learning, and has a strong public program with free exhibitions, events, gallery floortalks and guest lectures open to the public.

There is no place like home/s

Artist: Christopher Boha

There is no place like home/s:
An investigation into immigration, belonging and the hand-made object.

EXHIBITION LAUNCH:
Thursday 1 June 2017, 5 -7pm

EXHIBITION OPEN:
Friday 26 May - Friday 16 June 2017
11am - 5pm Monday - Friday

Image: In My Shoes II (detail), 2016
Materials: cast crystal and concrete, dimensions: variable
Photo credit: Courtesy of the artist



Further information

  

Apply to Exhibit

Proposals for exhibitions and related projects are invited from artists, designers, architects, curators, writers, postgraduate students and academic researchers, including those who have an affiliation with the School of Art, Architecture and Design at the University of South Australia.

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Exhibition catalogues

SASA Gallery catalogues can be viewed for past exhibitions. Introductory text is by Dr Mary Knights. Catalogue design and production by Keith Giles, Exhibitions Officer.

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Past Exhibitions

The South Australian School of Art (SASA) Gallery was established in 2005 in the Kaurna Building. See past exhibition information about the artists, invites and images of their work.

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