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Displaying from Wednesday, July 10, 2019
 July 2019
Wednesday 10
10:00 - WORKSHOP - UWA Music presents: Discover! Percussion Website | More Information
Led by one of Perth's premier young percussionists Jackson Vickery, Discover! Percussion helps budding musicians aged 8-12 years leap into the wonderful world of percussion! This session will allow students to explore a range of tuned and untuned percussion instruments and learn new and exciting (...)

19:30 - FREE LECTURE - UWA Music presents: Centre Stage | Winterreise - the Phenomenon : Lecture Recital Website | More Information
In this free lecture recital, UWA Chair of Vocal Studies Andrew Foote will discuss some background to the early voice recitals and para-musical elements of Schubert's mammoth work for solo voice and piano – Winterreise.

Free entry, bookings essential (trybooking.com/BAWFV)

You (...)
Thursday 11
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Current Global Crises: towards a more humane global governance Website | More Information
A public lecture by Professor Richard Falk, Professor Emeritus of International Law, Princeton University; Professor, Orfalea Center of Global and International Studies, University of California Santa Barbara; and previous-UN Special Rapporteur on human rights in the Occupied Palestinian (...)

19:00 - PERFORMANCE - UWA Music presents: Emma McPhilemy and Friends Website | More Information
Emma McPhilemy (UK) is an international soloist and performer with a highly unique and versatile style to her playing. Direct from the Melbourne Saxophone Festival, Emma will perform a solo recital before being joined on stage by some of Perth's leading saxophonists including UWA Graduate and (...)
Friday 12
8:00 - SYMPOSIUM - Pilbara Coastal and Marine Science Symposium (PCMSS) : A multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary day-long symposium on the Pilbara Coast and nearshore marine regions Website | More Information
The Pilbara Coast, between Exmouth Gulf and the DeGrey Delta, is the most arid coast in Australia, and one of only several arid coasts around the world but the most diverse arid coast globally. Bordering a mineral-rich geological province, the Pilbara Coast has non-renewable resources, and has been (...)

11:00 - WORKSHOP - UWA Music presents: UWA Junior Saxophone School : Winter Bootcamp with guest international artist Emma Mcphilamy Website | More Information
An intensive two-day program designed to give saxophonists of all ages and abilities the opportunity to develop their musical skills!

Our winter bootcamp will give participants the opportunity to focus on ensemble playing, aural awareness, performance skills and general musicianship. In (...)
Saturday 13
19:30 - PERFORMANCE - UWA Music presents: Centre Stage | Winterreise - the Phenomenon : Performance Website | More Information
Andrew Foote with Cecilia Sun and Mark Coughlan present Schubert's mammoth work for solo voice and piano - Winterreise.

Commencing with a lecture-recital (on Wednesday 10 July) discussing some background to the early voice recitals and para-musical elements of the work, the week (...)
Monday 15
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Gendering Political Relationships in Genoese Ceremonial Entries : A public lecture by Elizabeth Reid (The University of Western Australia) Website | More Information
Gender is a valuable lens for interpreting the hierarchies at play in political performances and entry iconography. Throughout the preparation, enactment, and chronicling of ceremonial entries during the Italian Wars (1494–1559), cities and their entrants utilised gendered performance and allegory (...)
Thursday 18
12:00 - SEMINAR - Bayliss Seminar Series : Development of New Polymyxin Antibiotics Targeting Gram-negative 'Superbugs' More Information
Postponed until November

16:00 - SEMINAR - Mathematics and Statistics colloquium : Hyperspheres in hyperspace More Information
What would a beach look like in a different universe? How would sand flow in 4 or 5 dimensions? At the crossroad of mathematics, physics, and engineering, this talk will develop the numerical and technological tools required to answer those questions. Following the Discrete Element Method, widely (...)

18:00 - FREE LECTURE - Sea Change: Global tracking of marine megafauna under anthrogenic footprint Website | More Information
Join us for this talk in the Anthropocene Sea Change Seminar Series at the UWA Oceans Institute with Ana Martins Sequeira.

Human impacts (e.g. overharvesting, by-catch mortality, pollution, acoustic and habitat degradation) have led to declines in abundance of many marine megafauna. Many (...)
Friday 19
12:00 - SEMINAR - Bayliss Seminar Series : Microbes and transition metals: insights into manganese and gold biogeochemical cycling More Information
Tuesday 23
11:00 - SEMINAR - UWA Centre for Muslim States and Societies (CMSS) Seminar : 'The Rise of Islamism in the Maldives' More Information
This presentation examines the spectacular emergence of Islamism in the twenty-first century in the island nation of the Maldives, where Islam has existed for about 800 years. It problematizes the conventional view that political Islam is the other of the modern state or an outcome of an aberrant (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Pulling Back the Big Blue Curtain: big fish and big parks Website | More Information
A public lecture by Jessica Meeuwig, Professor of Marine Science, The University of Western Australia and 2019 Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering Eminent Speaker.

Oceans are fundamental to life on planet “earth”. Over 72% of the planet’s surface is water; every 2nd breath (...)
Wednesday 24
9:30 - EVENT - Research Impact Series - Achieving Your Research Outcomes : Wed 24 Jul and Thur 25 Jul 2019 Website | More Information
Achieving Your Research Outcomes is series of 12 events for UWA researchers, staff and postgraduate students to learn about the processes and functions that can help you achieve your research outcomes.

Sessions will run in succession at the Hemsley Learning Suite, Reid Library during (...)

18:00 - FREE LECTURE - Finding Rembrandt in Love and Life : A public lecture by Professor Susan Broomhall (The University of Western Australia) Website | More Information
This lecture explores how the character of Rembrandt van Rijn is interpreted through place, gender and emotions in museums and heritage sites in the Netherlands today. It focuses on the cities of Leiden and Amsterdam, Rembrandt’s homes, and particularly, the role of women in shaping interpretations (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Finding Rembrandt in Love and Life Website | More Information
A public lecture by Dr Susan Broomhall, School of Humanities (History), UWA.

This lecture explores how the character of Rembrandt van Rijn is interpreted through place, gender and emotions in museums and heritage sites in the Netherlands today. It focuses on the cities of Leiden and (...)
Thursday 25
12:00 - SEMINAR - Bayliss Seminar Series More Information
Microbes and transition metals: insights into manganese and gold biogeochemical cycling

13:30 - FORUM - The UWA Institute of Agriculture Industry Forum : Finding Common Ground: Bringing food, fibre and ethics to the same table Website | More Information
With increasing public scrutiny of agricultural practices in food and fibre production, rebuilding trust between innovative primary producers and ethically informed consumers is becoming more important than ever before. Join us for a lively discussion on finding common ground and moving forward (...)
Friday 26
14:30 - SEMINAR - Anthropology & Sociology Seminar Series : The Thermal Complex: Air conditioning Urban Asia in an era of Climate Change More Information
As cities across the world endure increase extremes of heat, indoor comfort has become a key vector in the debate about sustainability and energy consumption. Across Asia the carbon footprint of buildings continues to rise because of the widespread adoption of air conditioning. Current trends are (...)


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