End of Year Exhibitions showcase creative student outcomes


Photographic works by Nima Porkar, Bachelor of Art and Design (Honours). Image: UniSA

In late November the annual Art, Architecture and Design End of Year Exhibitions launched at UniSA City West Campus, celebrating the achievements of final year and graduating students over the course of their studies.

From November 25 – December 6 student work took over the campus with diverse work from across programs. The exhibitions were a celebration of the creative outcomes of students across the disciplines of product and industrial design, communication design, illustration and animation, contemporary art, architecture, interior architecture and sustainable design.

Launch events took place over three nights and staff, students, alumni, family, industry members, sponsors and well-wishers joined us in celebrating the successes of graduating students and awarding emerging talents and high achievers from each of the cohorts. On Wednesday 27th November, the design disciplines – product and industrial design, communication design and illustration and animation – celebrated their newest generation of talented graduates throughout the Kaurna building.

On Thursday 28th November, a fresh batch of contemporary art and honours students took over the SASA Gallery and Barbara Hanrahan Building with displays that included performance art, sculpture, installation, photography, textiles, painting, ceramics, glass and multi-media and video work.

To cap off the week, graduates and final year students of the architecture and interior architecture programs celebrated their successes on Friday 29th November, spreading across level 5 of the Kaurna and Barbara Hanrahan buildings for an event that was well-attended by staff and industry alike.

The exhibitions were open to the public until Friday 6 December and attracted large and diverse audiences over the week. Congratulations to all participating final-year students and the volunteer committees and sponsors that make the exhibitions possible.



Sculptural work by Caitlin Lang, student of the Bachelor of Contemporary Art. Image: UniSA


Work by graduating Master of Architecture students. Image: UniSA


Work by graduating Bachelor of Interior Architecture students. Image: UniSA


Design work by Luke Bray, Matilda Bristow and Hannah Brooks of the Bachelor of Design (Communication Design). Image: UniSA


3D interactive work by Sam Cowley, Bachelor of Design (Illustration and Animation). Image: UniSA


Work by graduating Bachelor of Design (Product Design) students. Image: UniSA