Supporting the Adelaide Fringe

Tindo Utpumde Sunset Ceremony at Adelaide Fringe

Adelaide Fringe is Australia’s biggest ticket selling open access arts festival and we are excited to become an official Partner of this special festival.

UniSA and the Fringe are both committed to providing a platform for new and upcoming talent to share and grow their skills. We are proud to support this and help share with the wider community the diverse arts and cultural events that make up this exciting, innovative and magical festival.

UniSA at the Adelaide Fringe

You’ll find us at the Tindo Utpurndee (Sunset Ceremony) and the Opening Night street party. We are hosting Frusic (Live Music Stage) programmed by MusicSA at the Opening Night outside of the Brookman Building at our City East campus on North Terrace. Come by and enjoy a variety of live music to kick-start your Fringe journey.

We will also be at the Desert Fringe in Port Augusta, supporting this regional Fringe on Tour event.

This partnership will provide our students with exclusive behind the scenes insight into the inner-workings of the Festival and give our alumni access to Fringe Club memberships.

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Congratulations to the UniSA Award for Excellence in Aboriginal Creative Arts winners

In week one Driftwood took out the prize. Driftwood uses traditional and contemporary circus techniques to bring together a specatular display of choreography, acrobatics, trapeze and aerial stunts. 

Dupang Festival received the week two prize. This traditional Aboriginal Culture Festival was held at a spectacular waterfront location on the Coorong. 

The week three prize was awarded to Djuki Mala, a high energy dance show that fuses traditional Yolngu, pop culture and dance storytelling. 

Interested in a creative career?

If you have a passion for the arts, culture, communications and the media, UniSA’s School of Creative Industries offers a wide range of degrees that incorporate the cultural industries (including the galleries, libraries and museum (GLAM) sector) and the creative economy, bringing together arts, film, television, music, visual effects, performing arts, publishing, research and development, radio, journalism, public relations, games, software, and general artistic expression.

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