TAFE SA lecturer Zuzanna Gamrat has been helping new migrants cope with their culture shock, language barriers and settlement needs for more than 30 years.
Visual effects artist Kris Carson’s first project with Rising Sun Pictures involved post-production work on the latest Indiana Jones movie.
A SALA Festival exhibition featuring the work of past and present TAFE SA arts lecturers and alumni demonstrates the diversity of ceramics practices and techniques.
Apprentice chef and TAFE SA student Amity Lobb has combined well-honed skills and a passion for cooking to produce an award-winning menu for the Nestle Golden Chef’s Hat Award.
TAFE SA student Luke Dixon has used a bold yet playful design to convey a serious message in his award-winning entry for the SA Refugee Week Youth Poster Exhibition.
At some of Australia’s most iconic food brands through to new start-ups, TAFE SA graduates are using their knowledge and skills to guide food quality and safety.
Not even a new baby and a 376km round trip from her home to TAFE SA’s Port Pirie Campus could deter Sarah McWaters from taking up a Regional Enrolled Nursing Cadetship.
TAFE SA student and Ngarrindjeri woman Tanya Karpany plans to blend floristry skills with cultural awareness, creating floral arrangements with significance for Aboriginal people.
Artworks by TAFE SA visual arts graduate Shani Engelbrecht have been selected for the national graduate exhibition – Hatched – which opens in Perth this month.