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Submissions are now open for 2018!

Now is the time to get creative and submit for 'Your Art on Campus' 2018. This is your chance to see your work on campus and take part in a celebrated statewide arts festival! 

Here's what you need to know to get started: 
  • Submissions are open across five categories
  • The theme is 'mindframe' - a visual snapshot of the artist's outlook.
  • You'll need to register online by 2 July, with all work to be submitted by 9 July (registrations are capped at 60 entries)
  • A total of $1,000 of prizes are on offer
  • USASA can reimburse material costs of up to $80 for art, architecture & sculpture work.
  • Students can sell work in a silent auction - keeping 100% of the profit
  • Works will be exhibited at West Oak Hotel as part of the SALA Festival this August

How to submit

You can submit on your choice of canvas no larger than both 46cm wide and 60cm high (portrait). USASA will reimburse materials of up to $80 in value once artwork is registered and accepted with receipts. 

Design, Illustration, Photography
All design and illustration work must be submitted online after registering above. Work must be a maximum of 46cm wide and 61cm high, 160 dpi PDF file. USASA will print design and illustration work onto canvas for display at the SALA Exhibition. 

Architecture & Sculpture
Architecture & sculpture work can consist of any material! All pieces must be able to fit into a box 50cm wide, 50cm long & 50cm high. USASA will reimburse materials of up to $80 in value once artwork is registered and accepted with receipts. 


This year's theme is 'mindframe' - a visual snapshot of the artist's outlook.


Up to $1,000 in prizes are on offer for the most popular art pieces. Voting will be available on the opening night party at West Oak Hotel and throughout the SALA Festival on the USASA website. 


All work will be exhibited in the upstairs function room at the West Oak Hotel for the duration of the SALA Festival. All work will be available for purchase throughout the exhibition, with 100% of the profits going to the artist. 

2017 'Art on Campus' Exhibition

39 fantastic artworks were showcased at the 2017 'Art on Campus' SALA exhibition. The three winning artworks will be printed as large 1 metre wide wall decals and installed across all 6 UniSA Campuses. Students were invited to help decide the winners by popular vote throughout August. The three winners are Claire Jiejun Li, Leroy Lim, Giancarlo Monteleone. Find out more about the 2016 and 2017 winning artists here.

2017 Exhibiting Students:

13 of these beautiful works were also selected to be featured in the 2018 USASA diary!

Chloe Allchurch
Colour Blocks
mixed media collage
Tyler Brown
Two Tone Life
watercolour painting
Arviegail Cahilig
Rose Tinted Glasses
digital drawing
Jessica Collicelli
Stars in Her Eyes
digital drawing
Emma Cuppleditch
spray paint and water on board
Jeremy Driver
Speeding Through Red Lights
Into Paradise

photography, 35mm film
Kasey Fenwick
Think Outside the Box
digital drawing
Lynton Haggett
Life, Inverted
Ethan Haylock
oil paint and digital imaging
Alicia Joves
Doodlin’ My World
digital drawing
Maria Kharitonova
Forest Homes
watercolour painting
Lydia Kim
My Vision
oil painting
Kousuke Kuno
Black Bird
digital drawing
Madeleine Larkin
Come Outside With Me
artline drawing with digital colouring
Jia Xin (Jacelyn) Lee
Windy Outdoor
acrylic on canvas
Claire Jiejun Li
The World of Knowledge
fine point pen, oil painting, mark pen
Jiaoyang (Kiara) Li
Chinese Knot
Leroy Lim
Eye of the Forest
digital drawing
Sarah Maiorano
Nature’s Heart
pouring medium and ink
Kent Man
A Window to Her Heart
digital drawing
Cristina Marino
digital drawing
Jordan Maywald
Of the Daily
digital drawing
Bridgette Minuzzo
By the Torrens, Swiftly
acrylic on board
Giancarlo Monteleone
The Modern Man
magazine collage
Stephen Nova
Pluto (The Prodigal)
oil on canvas
Hoang Nguyen
Sunah Paik
Designing My Window
digital drawing
Valentina Pepe
helvetica bold
Elise Prestia
To Be Adorned
paper collage, drawing, photography
Nick Rix
I saw this in a dream I had I think
pen on paper
Xiaoyue Shang
coloured pencils
Rachael Sharman
Road Works
digital drawing
Jason Smith
Across the Sea
film photography
Taylor Summers
Interstellar Gaze
mixed media on canvas
Natasha Steele
Gateways to Destiny
acrylic painting
Amarina van Nunen
Shooting for the Stars
digital drawing
Edith Wong
oil pastels, watercolour paints, colour pencils
John Bosco Yu
Transportational Access or Excess?
pencil, pen, digital collage, digital painting
Youjing Zhang
Forest Planet
marker painting

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