For information about our exhibits or general enquiries, you can speak with a moderator or volunteer who are present in our galleries. Moderators and volunteers are dressed in black or purple vests. You may also speak with the attendant at the MOD.Shop, located in the foyer on the ground floor.
Age suitability and supervision
MOD. is open to visitors of all ages and everyone is welcome to visit. The exhibitions at MOD. have been designed for 15-25 year olds, with the interactivity being aimed at an older audience.
There are aspects of MOD. that will entertain and engage people under 15 years old, however they may need your guidance and input to be engaged with the exhibits.
Children under 15 years are required to be supervised at all times as some exhibits are fragile.
MOD. have trained First Aid officers on staff, please contact a moderator if you need assistance.
Some of our exhibits may have lighting effects that could produce a photosensitive reaction. Signage will be posted on these exhibits. Visitors that suffer from epilepsy and/or are sensitive to other visual light stimulation effects should avoid these exhibits or ask a moderator or volunteer for more information.
MOD. has been designed for visitors aged 15+. Some of our exhibits may be confronting or contain themes unsuitable for young children. If you’d like to know which galleries to avoid, please speak with a moderator or volunteer.
MOD. prohibits the use of professional photography without prior permission. However, you are encouraged to use or smartphone or personal camera. Be sure to tag us in your pics on Instagram and Twitter with @modatunisa and the hashtag #modatunisa.
Food and Drinks
Food and drinks are not permitted in MOD. galleries, with the exception of the Lecture Gallery on the Ground Level.
You are welcome to eat and drink in the Foodlore cafe and MOD. foyer, as well as the Terrace on Level One.
Your feedback is important – in person or online. You can speak to a moderator on site or email us or comment on our social media. We encourage open conversation on our social media and ask that you follow these simple guidelines:
Smoking is strictly not permitted anywhere inside MOD. The University of South Australia is a smoke-free campus.
You are not permitted to bring your own alcohol into MOD. You can find multiple drink options at our in-house cafe, Food Lore and alcohol may be offered for sale at special events.