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Hedonism launch party

Hundreds of people came to “feel great forever” by attending the launch party for MOD.’s new exhibition, Hedonism.

MOD. unveiled its third exhibition, Hedonism, at a Friday night party in late May.

Attendees were encouraged to let pleasure be their guide, to explore a biophilic fantasy and to take a trip in the Pleasure Arcade 5000.

DJs from Night Call provided the soundtrack for the evening.

Photos by Kate Bowman.

 Hedonism launch party

National Reconciliation Week celebrated across campuses

Students and staff from across UniSA’s campuses celebrated National Reconciliation Week in late May through a range of activities and events.

National Reconciliation Week has been held across Australia every year between 27 May and 3 June since 1996.

UniSA Pro Vice Chancellor for Aboriginal Leadership and Strategy Professor Irene Watson says it’s an opportunity for all Australians to learn more about First Nations cultures and histories, to share that knowledge and “help us grow”. 

The 2019 theme was Grounded in Truth. Walk Together with Courage, which promotes the central role of truth-telling in fostering positive race relations.  

“Australia’s past is reflected in the present and will continue to play out in the future unless we heal historical wounds,” Prof Watson says.  

Celebrations at UniSA included art workshops, traditional cooking demonstrations, smoking ceremonies and language classes.

National Reconciliation week celebrated across campuses