Flinders University has a proud and rich history of involvement in South Australia's arts and cultural communities, and we remain committed to contributing to the State's cultural life, heritage and education.
Our pursuit to make a difference in the world is reflected in the vast calendar of of public events showcasing the important work of Flinders' students, teaching staff and alumni:
With its collection of more than 8000 works, Flinders University boasts one of the largest University art collections in Australia. The community can experience Flinders Art Museum and City Gallery through a range of activities and annual programs:
A dynamic collection of public art features throughout the University's campuses contributing to the richness of university life and culture - and you're invited to take a look. Works vary enormously and include, among others:
Since its inception in 1966, Flinders University has fostered vibrant artistic excellence through its creative arts program, which nurtures the aspirations of passionate students who would pursue creative roles in theatre, film, writing, music and more.
Many of our alumni have established remarkable and influential creative careers. Flinders 50 Creatives is a collection of stories to enthuse and inspire current and future students working with our award-winning teaching staff and researchers.