The newly developed heart of our University boasts some great art and design. Commissioned works, exhibitions and environmental graphics help create a space that is dynamic and distinct.

Chandelier (2014)
Deb Jones I born 1963 Parkes, New South Wales; Catherine Truman I born 1957 Glenelg, South Australia; Ian Gibbins I born 1954 Melbourne, Victoria.

Now suspended above the Hub’s northern stairwell, Chandelier gives a contemporary twist to the ornate lighting fixtures of 18th century Europe, typically produced by Bohemian and Venetian glassmakers. View more here.


Geometric Echoes (2015)
Joel Moore aka Vans the Omega.

One of Australia’s favourite street artists, Vans the Omega, has brought his signature style to the walls of The Tavern with the help of a Flinders University student. View more here.

The Tavern - Flinders Uni

yara (2016)
Judy Watson |  born 1959, Mundubbera, Queensland

Conceived as sentinels to watch over and protect the campus, the nine steel-fabricated feathers comprising yara honour the Kaurna Ancestor Spirit Tjilbruke – the glossy ibis – and pay tribute to the traditional owners of the land on which Flinders University was founded. The plume-like forms located across the plaza are linked by strings of poetic text gifted by Kaurna Elder Uncle Lewis Yerloburka O’Brien. View more here.

yara 2016 1 image

Spaces & places for temporary exhibitions

The Studio

Tucked behind Grind & Press Café at the Hub’s Registry entrance, The Studio offers a small and flexible environment with options for wall hung and free standing works including audio and/or video.

The Studio is open weekdays 9am – 5pm and can be hired for events.

Pop Up Art

Temporary exhibits – including work by established and emerging artists as well as students and staff – will also be supported across the Plaza and Student Hub. Watch this space for details.