17 May 2012 - Every weekday, until 1st May 201410.00am - 4.00pm
'50 Objects 50 Stories' is just that; an exhibition that takes fifty of the most extraordinary objects from the Nicholson Museum's collection and tells the often bizarre or wonderful story that has attached itself to each since the moment of its discovery.
29 November 2012 - Every weekday, until further notice10.00am - 4.30pm
This exhibition will explore the stories of the Australian researchers who have investigated the island’s history.
03 March 2013 - Every week on Sunday, until further notice2.00pm - 3.00pm
Weekly Sunday recitals on the War Memorial Carillon, featuring the University carillonists and special guests.
08 July 2013 - Every weekday, until 8th Jul 201410.00am - 4.30pm
The Nicholson Museum presents, entirely in LEGO, one of the most iconic architectural monuments of Ancient Greece - The Acropolis! The LEGO model displays the Acropolis both as it was in the fifth century BC and as it is today as one of Greece's most popular tourist attractions.
12 August 2013 - Every weekday, until 28th Mar 20149.00am - 5.00pm
This is the first project in the Fisher Library series of art installations presented by Sydney College of the Arts and the University Library Rare Books and Special Collections.
06 February 2014 - Every weekday, until 18th Apr 20149.00am - 5.00pm
This year we celebrate the bicentenary of four great novels.
03 March 2014 - Every weekday, until 31st Oct 201410.00am - 4.30pm
Through the themes of community, sea & land, governance, spirituality and the market, historic photographs are used as points of focus to examine aspects of Pacific history at the Macleay Museum. 1 Mar- 1 Nov 2014
08 March 2014 - Every day, until 22nd Mar 20147.30pm - 9.00pm
seven kilometres north-east is deviser/performer Kym Vercoe’s attempt, to reconcile her idyllic experience of Bosnia with its brutal past.
10 March 20146.00pm - 7.30pm
Sydney Ideas & Power Institute - Edwardian Modernities and the Twopenny Tube: Art and Music in London, 1901-1910
The lecture takes the form of a picturesque journey across Edwardian London using the new Central Line underground, alighting at locations associated with both art and music. Professor Tim Barringer from Yale explores cultural events of a key transitional decade.
11 March 20141.00pm - 2.00pm
In this talk Professor Raubenheimer will discuss the various ways that the nutritional ecology framework can help to understand human health and disease, using his own work as illustration.