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24 October 20157.15am - 6.00pmPlanned (not published externally)
Just an hour south of Sydney is the magnificent Royal National Park and the stunning south coast where Sydneysiders go to relax, explore and enjoy nature.
8 February 20168.00am - 5.00pm
Come and enjoy a smile, a giggle or a big laugh at the Library's Rare Books and Special Collection’s new exhibition showcasing some of the holdings of the Humour Collection. All welcome!
#Sydney_library #RareBooks #humour
8 March 20164.00pm - 6.00pm
Making the familiar strange
Finding better ways to research social phenomena.
15 March 20164.00pm - 6.00pm
Qualitative and quantitative research methods: approaches to designing, conducting and analysing interviews for research
A training module for HDR students.
16 May 20169.00am - 5.00pm
This exhibition is a celebration of the University Library’s Rare Music Collection, on the occasion of its relocation from the Conservatorium Library to Fisher Rare Books & Special Collections.#RareBooks #Sydney_library
19 May 201611.00am - 5.00pm
New Contemporaries features the work of ten recent SCA graduates: Cigdem Aydemir, Clare Britton, Janelle Evans, Hayley Megan French, Trevor Fry, Andrew Hazewinkel, Anna John, Anna McMahon, James Nguyen and Helen Shelley.
1 June 20166.00pm - 7.30pm
Sydney Ideas - A Garden for Empire and Nation: History and Memory at the Qing Imperial Mountain Estate
Asian Art historian Stephen Whiteman explores the early history of Qing imperial park of Bishu shanzhuang - from its original conception as an imperial retreat to its representation through text and image - and considers its legacy in collective memories of the rise and fall of the dynasty.
1 June 20166.00pm - 8.00pm
Neuroplasticity describes changes that can occur in the human brain in response to experience. From protecting your brain against diseases like Alzheimer’s, to regaining movement or speech after stroke or injury, our researchers will share the latest evidence and what it means.
2 June 20161.00pm - 2.00pm
Argentine sculptor and 2011 Venice Biennale exhibitor Adrián Villar Rojas produces monumental site-specific works, primarily in clay. With their crude physicality and cracked surfaces, his sculptures are redolent of ruins, but their forms are more futuristic than antiquated
2 June 20164.00pm - 5.30pm
Phil Toner from the Department of Political Economy and Mike Rafferty from the Business School will be presenting together in a seminar. They will talk about financialisation of the Australian Construction Industry.