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It’s time to celebrate! Join us for a night filled with food, wine, art, film, culture and more.
To celebrate UniSA’s 25th birthday, you are invited to attend our 25th Birthday Festival. What a birthday year it’s been so far – from campus birthday parties and the fundraising gala to offshore and interstate alumni events. This is your chance to send off the birthday year with a bang.
Come along and enjoy the festivities with live music, street performers, food vendors, a pop up bar, outdoor cinema, art market and art exhibitions.
|Date||Thursday 13 October 2016|
|Time||5:00pm — 10:00pm|
|Location||UniSA City West campus|
5pm — 7pm
The Samstag Museum of Art is opening its doors for two incredibly unique exhibitions – Quicksilver: 25 years of Samstag Scholarships celebrating the remarkable Samstag bequest and Meet the Samstags, giving you a rare glimpse into the lives of Anne and Gordon Samstag through a display of archival treasures.
6pm — 7:30pm
Join us for a stimulating conversation about climate change at this session titled ‘Voices from the Climate Front Line’. Hear from young Pacific Islander and Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander leaders about their experiences of climate change and the determined efforts of their communities to drive stronger action.
Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and Oxfam Australia.
Register at: unisa.edu.au/hawkecentre
8pm — 10pm
Sit back and enjoy an outdoor screening of the 1984 cult classic – Ghostbusters. Grab a bean bag or a deck chair and enjoy some free popcorn and fairy floss
5pm — 7pm
Visit the vibrant West End and discover JamFactory’s Homeland: Returning, Remembering, Reimagining, an exhibition showcasing work from UniSA alumni around the meaning of home. Also, don’t miss your last chance to see the Australian Experimental Art Foundation’s OzAsia exhibition Unworldly Encounters, then head next door to the Mercury Cinema by 7:00pm to see Tarzan of the Apes (1918).
5pm — 8pm
Spend some time in our art activation space between Fenn Place and George Street. See an art installation, purchase a unique piece of handmade craft from our market stalls or jump in the free photo booth.
5pm — 8pm
Get your fix of live music from cool acoustic sounds or move to something a little more up-tempo with a DJ playing the latest beats and pieces.
5pm — 8pm
Enjoy the amazing food offerings from local vendors on Fenn Place and wash it all down with a few drinks at the pop-up bar.