13 March 201411.00am - 5.00pm
UNTIL 2 MAY. Launching a new space at SCA for the Callan Park Gallery, this comprehensive selection of works, unique to the STOARC collection, showcases José Dos Santos’ (1904-1996) output as Portugal’s self-proclaimed ‘Greatest Sculptor.’
16 April 20149.30am - 7.30pm
This symposium celebrates the bicentenary of four great novels published in the same year.
16 April 20145.30pm - 6.30pm
Professor Jahn will describe several current projects she is involved in and larger alliances which illustrate challenges and opportunities for agricultural research to contribute to moving our food systems toward long term sufficiency and resiliency.
16 April 20146.00pm - 8.00pm
In this Juvenile Justice seminar, Dr Hannah Smithson will deliver a keynote presentation on the problematic usage of the term 'gang' and its implications for ethnic minority youth in the United Kingdom.
16 April 20146.00pm - 7.30pm
Sydney Ideas - Multimodal Imaging Spectroscopy of Works of Art: registration, analysis, and interpretation
Professor Murray Loew, the inaugural Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Advanced Science and Technology, describes the latest research instruments and registration methods being used in art conservation, that can scan an entire painting to allow the generation of images, or maps, of the pigments used.
17 April 201410.00am - 4.00pm
Join us at the Nicholson Museum for fun activities aimed at children aged 5-12 years.
17 April 201411.00am - 5.00pm
In Sojourn, PhD candidate Richard Kean presents the labyrinth in all its metaphorical potential.
17 April 20141.00pm - 2.00pm
Come along to Research Bites on Thursday April 17 in the Charles Perkins Centre Auditorium and hear about everything from a new way to get funded to urban ecology and real life CSI. Don’t miss out on being part of the audience for these fascinating talks.
19 April 20141.00pm - 4.30pm
There's never been a better time to pursue a creative career.
22 April 20146.00pm - 7.00pm
As Australian development assistance in the Pacific falls, Chinese assistance is rising, and politically and economically the Pacific Islands are moving closer to East Asia. Should our future be about openness rather than allowing a ‘Fortress Australia’ mentality to infect our Pacific policy?