28 May 20159.00am - 12.30pm
The United States Embassy and United States Consulate General Sydney, in partnership with the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, and Vivid Ideas Festival, present the US Ambassador's Innovation Roundtable.
28 May 20155.45pm - 8.00pm
Industry Panel Discussion: Challenges and Opportunities for power and energy sector in Australia and China
A special industry panel session on the challenges and opportunities for the power and energy sectors in Australia and China.
28 May 20156.00pm - 8.30pm
Be enlightened in this free public talk, as six researchers from the University of Sydney reveal how light plays a pivotal role in their work. Researchers from the fields of psychology, physics to architecture will shed light on the bright stuff, with host Adam Spencer, lighting up the night.
28 May 20156.00pm - 7.30pm
How is health and medical research today really changing the health of our future and the future of our health? Dr Norman Swan, Australia’s multi-award winning medical journalist will share insights into our health and medical research system and how it needs to tackle the looming problems.
29 May 20156.30pm - 8.00pm
I’m Not Racist But is an interactive forum on race, racism and Australian identity. This year, the conversation will focus on identity and creativity. What role does race play in the creative arts? How can artists celebrate but not be limited by culture and difference? Hosted by Gretel Kileen.
2 June 201512.00pm - 1.00pm
Helping you develop the concept of territorial urbanization in China through the historical conditions and research design problems of the Chinese administrative divisions in relation to comparative territorial thought.
2 June 20155.00pm - 9.00pm
Please join us to celebrate the artistic achievements of our final year Master of Occupational Therapy and Bachelor of Applied Science (OT ) students.
2 June 20155.30pm - 7.00pm
Wooden Crosses - The Croix de Bois (Fr / 1932) is our next movie in this year's Films At Fisher series. As critic Philip French wrote “Wooden Crosses is an intense experience of pain, stoic endurance and survival.” Come and enjoy!
2 June 20156.00pm - 7.30pm
The common view that we would not be humans without language or consciousness, but would remain humans if we lacked aesthetic life stands in contrast to late eighteenth and nineteenth century thought in which aesthetic is central to humanity. At the apex of this tradition stands Schiller’s painting
2 June 20156.30pm - 8.00pm
A lecture by Amelia Jones – American art historian, art critic and curator specializing in feminist art, body and performance art, video art and Dadaism.