The incredible student art is selected by student vote at our annual Campus Art Exhibition!
You may have spotted some fantastic student art around campus, some of these pieces are thanks to the USASA campus art project. The project sees a large group of students exhibit their work on campus and student vote then decides which works will be chosen as winners. These students win generous prizes and will see their works displayed as large long-term artworks on campus.
The 2017 Winners:
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. Almost 1,000 students helped decide the winners by popular vote throughout August.
The three winners were:
Claire Jiejun Li
The World of Knowledge
fine point pen, oil painting, mark pen
Eye of the Forest
The Modern Man
The 2016 winners:
19 fantastic artworks were showcased at the 2016 'Art on Campus' exhibition. The four winning artworks were printed as large 1 metre wide wall decals and installed across all 4 UniSA Metropolitan Campuses. The entries were exhibited on campus and online in October. Voting was opened to decide the 4 pieces that are now on display on campus as large 1 metre X 1.5 metre wall decals. Take a look at photos of them up on campus here!
The four winners were:
'What? Rad Alien Girl'
Location: City West, Outside Yungondi building
'Bringer of Day and Night'
Location: Magill, Building A front entrance
Leroy's fantastic piece also appears on the USASA tote bags available at campus counters. The tote bags are provided free to UniSA Students