A new portrait has been unveiled in the Barr Smith Library of Uncle Rodney (Rod) O’Brien, respected Kaurna Elder and Cultural Advisor at the University of Adelaide.
As part of South Australia's History Festival, the University Library will showcase an exhibition of documents from the State Records of South Australia and our own Special Collections from the time of first European settlement to Federation in 1901.
Discover historical photos exhibited across the North Terrace Campus, showcasing 125 years of Adelaide University Sport. Chosen by key people in our sports community, each image has been thoughtfully selected from the University Archives for you to view.
Celebrating Kelmscott Press and marking this special occasion with a display of Kelmscott works, including the Kelmscott Beowulf and the Sire Degrauvant in historic fine bindings, two deluxe facsimiles of The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, plus other rare, original Kelmscotts.
Reflections: Connecting to Country through Art is an exhibition that highlights pieces from the University’s stellar Indigenous art collection. In collaboration with Wirltu Yarlu Aboriginal Education, the artworks on display have been selected by our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff and students.
A travelling exhibition from the National Museum of Australia developed in collaboration with the National Australia Day Council.
This art exhibition features the creative talents of photographer Colleen Raven Strangways of Nharla Photography. Her contemporary portraits of Aboriginal women capture a determined spirit, resonant with the suffrage movement 125 years ago and vital in the fight for equity for First Nation Australians.
Explore Fisher's groundbreaking research in this exhibition, now on Level 1 South of the Barr Smith Library.
The University Library has teamed up with the Art Gallery of South Australia to highlight Tarnanthi Festival artists and their forerunners. Immerse yourself in some of Australia’s most prestigious and dynamic Australian Indigenous contemporary artists in honour of Tarnanthi Festival 2019. This Festival is an annual celebration showcasing contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art at its best and boldest.