Art, Architecture and Design End of Year Exhibition

Event

27 November 2019, 9:00 AM — 06 December 2019, 5:00 PM

UniSA City West Campus, Adelaide, 5000

Showcasing our emerging artists, designers and architects, the End of Year Exhibition is a unique opportunity to engage with industry stakeholders and show the outcomes, educational and practical, of undergraduate and postgraduate studies.

The Exhibition is also a vehicle for awards, grants, and prizes, rewarding the cohort's high achievers, emerging talents, innovators, and research successes. 

Located on City West Campus across the Kaurna and Barbara Hanrahan buildings, we invite you to take a journey through our students’ creative outcomes.

Open for viewing Monday – Friday
Kaurna & Barbara Hanrahan 9AM - 5PM
SASA Gallery 11AM - 5PM

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Converge

Bachelor of Design (Communication Design)

CONVERGE is the melding of the wild and messy with the refined and concise. Together, these ideals produce polished design outcomes that reflect both form and function. CONVERGE showcases the work of the graduating class of Communication Design students from the University of South Australia for 2019.

Where: Kaurna Building, Level 4

Launch: Wednesday 27th November | Industry/VIP preview 5PM, official opening 6PM (Allan Scott Auditorium), general viewing 7-9PM

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This Is Not A Drill

Bachelor of Design (Product Design)

Graduate Diploma of Design (Industrial Design)

Master of Design (Industrial Design)

Product and Industrial Designers do more than merely make new products look sexy – designers solve problems. From the mobile phone you used this morning as an alarm clock to the chair you are sitting on while reading this, designers are responsible for your satisfying experiences, addressing problems relating to human interaction, usability, new technologies, manufacturing and much more. The exhibition features student designed products from diverse fields such as automotive, furniture, consumer and even the odd drill.

The students featured in the This Is Not A Drill exhibition will be designing future experiences that respond to cultural and technical problems that are yet to be revealed.

This is definitely Not A Drill.

Where: Kaurna Building, Level 2

Launch: Wednesday 27th November, 6PM | Industry/VIP preview 5PM, official opening 7PM (Allan Scott Auditorium), general viewing 7:30-9PM

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Discover

Bachelor of Design (Illustration and Animation)

The University of South Australia has recently introduced the Bachelor of Design – Illustration & Animation to its School of Art, Architecture and Design. UniSA is the only university in Australian to offer a degree specifically in Illustration and Animation and is producing the best of the best in its field. In November this year, UniSA City West campus will host Discover, the school’s second annual Illustration and Animation Graduate Exhibition. This will showcase the works of the next generation of professional Illustrators and Animators to local and international industry representatives.

Where: Kaurna Building, Level 2

Launch: Wednesday 27th November | Industry/VIP preview 5PM, official opening 7PM (Allan Scott Auditorium), general viewing 7:30-9PM

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In Situ

Bachelor of Contemporary Art

Bachelor of Art and Design (Honours)

Graduate Diploma of Design (Contemporary Art)

Master of Design (Contemporary Art)

Where: SASA Gallery (Kaurna Building, Level 2) and Barbara Hanrahan Building, Level 5

Launch: Thursday 28th November | Industry/VIP preview 5PM, official opening 6PM (Allan Scott Auditorium), general viewing 7-9PM

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Liminal

Bachelor of Architectural Studies

Bachelor of Interior Architecture

Master of Architecture

The ambiguity that occurs between stages in ritual ceremonies is what anthropologists call liminal space. The fear of the ‘next’ is something which clearly resonates with any graduating class. However, as students, it can get tiresome being told we know nothing about how the ‘real world’ works. Our response to this is simple – you’re probably right, but that’s not such a bad thing. For the most part, this intense learning process is a shared experience of all designers, academics, and practitioners, not only this graduating class. We have all at some point been between stages in our careers where we imagined the way we think the world should be without the constraints of resourcing, engineers or budgets. Right now, we’re all between our futures and our now is the space in-between, the liminal space.

Where: Kaurna Building, Level 5 and Barbara Hanrahan Building, Level 5

Launch: Friday 29th November | Industry/VIP preview 5PM, official opening 6PM (Allan Scott Auditorium), general viewing 7-9PM

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