Building cultural partnerships

The University is committed to extending our partnerships with the community and in particular, the cultural sector to deliver a multi-faceted events program which combines learning, research, culture, entertainment and the performing arts, on campus and in the heart of the city.

We welcome the opportunity to partner with other cultural, community and not-for-profit groups to:

  • Animate the campus as a destination of cultural and community events
  • Contribute to the economic development and sustainability of South Australia
  • Raise aspirations about higher education pathways 
  • Deliver better informed policy-making, products and services 
  • Increase public engagement and cultural enrichment by sharing the latest research and knowledge 

For more information, please contact Becci Love, Manager, Events on +61 8 8313 1597 or becci.love@adelaide.edu.au

Upcoming events



Winter school holiday program

If you are looking for fun ways to keep your kids active during the upcoming winter school holidays, the School Holiday Program gives kids the chance to try a new sport, and learn and develop their skills. An Olympic-themed sports day will also be held in the build-up to the 2024 Paris Olympics. Monday 8 to Friday 19 July. Park 10, Graduates Clubhouse, 155 McKinnon Parade, North Adelaide. Bookings.



The Maths Learning Centre's 32nd Anniversary Celebration

Celebrating its 32nd anniversary, the Maths Learning Centre will hold a party on Level 3 of Hub Central. There will be afternoon tea, birthday cake and lots of mathematical play to get involved in. Wednesday 17 July, 2–5 pm. The Maths Learning Centre, Level 3, Hub Central, North Terrace campus. Register here by Wednesday 10 July, 9 am. 



UniSuper’s DBD explained webcast

The Defined Benefit Division can feel like a complex product for UniSuper members and those thinking about joining the fund. Join this webcast to see if is the right solution for you. Thursday 18 July, 12.30 pm. Online. 



Toolkit for Managing Organisational Transformation

This interactive workshop provides a new perspective on how we can embrace and welcome change. Times of change create new opportunities, however, often we misperceive change as a threat. This can result in feelings of anger, loss of control, sadness, guilt and frustration. Tuesday 24 July, 12–1 pm. Online. 



United States Tribal Adaptation - Masterclass

This masterclass will offer insights into the 574 Tribal Nations in the United States and their efforts in dealing with climate change through adaptation and mitigation. This involves engaging activities, a review of the Status of Tribes and Climate Change Report, and videos showcasing the work of the Tribes. Thursday 25 July, 1–4 pm. Lower Napier LG24, North Terrace campus. Register by Friday 19 July.