Located at UniSC’s Sunshine Coast campus, UniSC Art Gallery presents a contemporary program of professionally curated projects and national touring exhibitions. Through exhibitions and public programming, UniSC Art Gallery aims to provide meaningful opportunities for our communities to connect with the University.
This collection contains the marketing, promotional and educational materials associated with exhibitions at the UniSC Gallery from 2003 to present. Materials include posters, invitations, media releases, artist; summaries, and educational material produced for school visits.
Gallery Brochure cover, February - June 2013
Exhibition poster, Reeds Talking, Mountains Walking by Lin Martin, 22 July -21 August 2010
Collection of visitor attendance numbers and statistics from the UniSC Art Gallery exhibitions has been kept and is available through the UniSC Research Bank. The data is broken down into male and female, and whether staff of the university, students, volunteers or the general public. Visitor numbers are used to indicate the effectiveness of promotion campaigns within the community as well as a measure of the annual growth in attendance at the Gallery.
To view these statistics, see the UniSC Research Bank.
Image source: Exhibition brochure cover, Space Invaders by Margaret Ellen Turner exhibition, 21 November - 20 December 2013
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Image source: Exhibition invitation image, Green Man Resurrected by Phyllis Araneo / Organic Simulcast by Debra Livingston : 2 exhibitions about nature in one place, 12 January - 11 February 2006
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