Study Tours

The School of Art, Architecture and Design offers a range of regular and one-off international study tours that encourage cultural exchange and unique educational advantages. 

Bogota, Colombia, 2019

Architecture & Urban and Regional Planning

Students from the Architecture and Urban and Regional Planning programs in the School of Art, Architecture and Design spent time collaborating with students of Urban Management from the University of Rosario to develop a design proposal for a new transport corridor.

 

Singapore, 2019

Product design, illustration and animation & interior architecture

Staff and students returned to SingaPlural at Singapore Design Week to exhibit renaturationan interactive installation designed and constructed by a UniSA project team.

The group participated in a range of activities including visits to design offices, manufacturing facilities, and the Singapore International Furniture Fair, and participation in a product design workshop at a Singapore school.

Tanna, Vanuatu, 2012-2017

Design Construct & Architecture

Students of the Design Construct program were invited to Port Resolution to design and construct an eco-tourism enterprise to generate income for children's education and financial independence.

Image courtesy of Joti Weijers-Coghlan

Image courtesy of Joti Weijers-Coghlan

Image courtesy of Joti Weijers-Coghlan

 

Singapore 2017

All disciplines

Staff and students exhibited in SingaPlural, an international curated exhibition that forms the flagship program of Singapore Design Week.

 

Drawn at Singaplural

Drawn is a collection of works by students and staff from the UniSA School of Art, Architecture and Design. Drawn features art and design stories told through the medium of drawing. The works have been created by staff and students from a range of art and design disciplines.

Drawn explores the diverse and unique methods of storytelling found across all art and design disciplines, encompassing works by students and staff from industrial design, architecture, interior architecture, illustration, visual communication and visual arts. The works make use of the fundamental method of storytelling through drawing to develop and communicate ideas.

Each discipline uses different mediums and methods to complete a drawing but share a common goal; creating engaging stories told visually.

Venice and Milan, Italy, 2016

Architecture, interior architecture, and product design

Staff and students had a rare opportunity to visit the Venice Biennale, the Venice Architecture Biennale, the Achille Castiglioni Foundation, and the Milan Triennale amongst other cultural activities.

Students at the Milan Triennale, Palazzo dell’Arte, 2016. Image by Anna Brown

Staff and students at the Milan Triennale, Palazzo dell’Arte, 2016. Image courtesy of David Kroll