Over the past several weeks, since August 22 Sydney College of the Arts (SCA) students and supporters have been occupying the deans office at SCA’s Callan Park campus as part of a campaign to save SCA against attacks that involve closing Callan Park campus, staff and course cuts.
The campaign has won victories such as defeating the proposed merger with UNSW and all currently enrolled students SCA students can continue at the Callan Park campus next year.
However the bachelor of visual arts has not been reinstated, which is a key focus for the campaign.
Here are photos, videos and articles I’ve done over the course of the campaign.
After months of protests, mass meetings and failed talks with the University of Sydney administration, about a dozen Sydney College of the Arts (SCA) students started an occupation of the Dean’s office at its Callan Park campus in Rozelle on August 22.