Flinders University has won national grants to support the development of innovative learning via the Flinders Art Museum and to enhance second language education.
The vast collection of art and old objects at the Ashmolean Museum is enriching University of Oxford academic programs – and Flinders is looking to follow this lead.
The microscope is central to science as both tool and symbol – now a new exhibition at Flinders University’s City Gallery puts the quintessential instrument of scientific enquiry into a new, provocative role.
Direct descendants of the legendary explorer Matthew Flinders gathered at Flinders University Victoria Square on Saturday to celebrate the royal unveiling of a commemorative statute in London.
The third Art by Prisoners exhibition has attracted by far its largest number of entries, with works submitted from all of South Australia’s nine adult penal institutions.
After a strongly positive response from artists and visitors to last year’s inaugural exhibition, Art by Prisoners has returned to the Playhouse foyer.