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Displaying from Saturday, May 01, 2010
 May 2010
Tuesday 04
17:00 - FREE LECTURE - SPECIAL EVENT! : ‘The role of the subscriber in eighteenth-century musical publications’ More Information
Emeritus Professor Margaret Seares, will give special lecture entitled ‘The role of the subscriber in eighteenth-century musical publications’. This lecture is given to honour UWA’s outstanding musicologist and composer Emeritus Professor David Tunley, as part of the celebration of his Eightieth (...)
Thursday 06
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Eunuchs Still? A Conversation Commemorating Forty Years since the Publication of The Female Eunuch Website | More Information
Germaine Greer seems to have been a trigger for outbursts of acrimony ever since the publication of The Female Eunuch forty years ago, but what was the book actually about, and why has it entrenched such violent reactions in Australia since 1970? What made it so radical, and does it have anything (...)
Tuesday 11
17:00 - FREE LECTURE - School of Music International Research Seminar Series : ‘Capturing Sound’ More Information
Stephen Vitiello is an internationally celebrated American sound and media artist. Focusing on the physical aspect of sound he uses atmospheric noise or transforms energies such as light and wind to create new environments and experiences. Vitiello’s visit to North-Western Australia in early 2010 (...)
Wednesday 12
17:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - CMEMS PMRG Seminar Series : David Urry, "Romanesque to Contemporary: The production of stained glass windows" More Information
"Romanesque to Contemporary: The production of stained glass windows"
Thursday 13
16:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar : Phoenicians in Spain: Trade, Exchange and Cultural Interactions in the Iron Age. More Information
Phoenicians in Spain: Trade, Exchange and Cultural Interactions in the Iron Age. The Bajo de la Campana Shipwreck

This first-ever archaeological excavation and study of a Phoenician shipwreck, located off the south-eastern coast of Spain, is yielding a large and varied assemblage of (...)
Friday 14
19:30 - CONCERT - Tales of the Baroque: Opera Scenes : Tickets $15 at the door! Website | More Information
Featuring scenes from two Baroque favourites: Handel's Semele and Monteverdi's Orfeo, presented by UWA Vocal Studies students, with piano accompaniment.
Saturday 15
19:30 - CONCERT - Tales of the Baroque: Opera Scenes : Tickets $15 at the door! Website | More Information
Featuring scenes from two Baroque favourites: Handel's Semele and Monteverdi's Orfeo, presented by UWA Vocal Studies students, with piano accompaniment.
Monday 17
10:00 - GUIDED TOUR - UWA Friends of the Grounds Cultural Precinct Walk : Guided tour of the plans for UWA's Cultural Precinct More Information
Join UWA Friends of the Grounds and Professor Ted Snell,Director UWA Cultural Precint, for a Cultural Precinct walk and talk on the Crawley Campus. We plan to meet at the Visitors Information Centre at 10:00am.

16:00 - EVENT - Masterclass: Spanish Baroque Performance Practices : Entry by gold coin donation Website | More Information
The Harp Consort (in association with Musica Viva) featuring Andrew Lawrence-King and Steven Player.

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - UWA Business School Public Lecture Conversations About Women in Leadership More Information
Are quotas the only answer? How to solve the problem of so few women walking Australian corridors of power: boardrooms, executive suites, government.

We are delighted to invite you to join in this roundtable discussion that will approach this problem from a diverse range of perspectives (...)
Tuesday 18
10:00 - EVENT - Masterclass: Spanish Baroque Performance Practices : Entry by gold coin donation Website | More Information
The Harp Consort (in association with Musica Viva) featuring Andrew Lawrence-King and Steven Player.

13:00 - SEMINAR - Law Occasional Research Conversations: "Happier, Healthier and Carbon Neutral Too? Active Transport and Climate Change" : This paper argues that mitigation strategies need to be explicitly designed to realise these health co-benefits if the synergies are to be exploited. More Information
Science tells us that human induced climate change is occurring and steps need to be taken to reduce global greenhouse gas (ghg) emissions. The imperative for doing so is predicated on the need to avoid the long-term consequences of global temperature rises. However, actions designed to mitigate (...)

13:00 - PRESENTATION - Careers Centre - Teach for Australia Employer Presentation : Teach For Australia is an innovative, not-for-profit organisation working to confront educational disadvantage in Australia. We do this by transforming outstanding graduates from all disciplines into inspirational teachers and leaders. Come along to find out more about this great opportunity. Website | More Information
Our fully-paid, two-year program develops you as a leader and focuses on achieving success – both for yourself and for others. You will be joining a talented group of like-minded individuals committed to addressing educational disadvantage.

In the classroom you will lead your students to (...)

17:00 - FREE LECTURE - School of Music International Research Seminar Series : 'Music or noise? Bristol's nineteenth-century barrel piano trade' More Information
The city street of nineteenth-century Britain were noisy, and street musicians were frequently accused of being major contributors to this noise. If this was the case, what part did the barrel piano makers of Bristol have in this business of noise? The paper will examine the role of, particularly (...)
Wednesday 19
17:00 - EVENT - Making Music Being Well : Free community event - open for all to attend and participate! Website | More Information
This event acknowledges the important role music plays in bringing people from all walks of life together, and in encouraging their health and wellbeing. Staff and students from the School of Music will join Catch Music, The Stirling Silver Singers, and The People Who Care Choir to celebrate music (...)
Thursday 20
13:10 - CONCERT - FREE LUNCHTIME CONCERT!! : Clare Tunney (Cello) & Martina Liegat-Wilson (Piano) Website | More Information
Showcasing works for 19th Century Cello and Piano. Program includes works by Braga, Piatti and Forino

16:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar : Archaeological Traces of the Canning Timber Concession More Information
Extractive industries were extremely important to the early Swan River Colony. Yet it was not until 60 years after settlement that a viable export timber industry was established. An archaeological investigation of the Canning Timber Concession to the east of Perth demonstrates how redundant and (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Beyond Bollywood Website | More Information
A screening of the award winning film Maati Maay (A Grave-keeper’s Tale) followed by a conversation with the producer, writer and director, Chitra Palekar

Maati Maay is based on a short story by Mahasweta Devi and tells the story of a beautiful young mother, trapped between her instincts (...)

18:30 - SCREENING - Inside the revolution: a journey into the heart of Venezuela : film screening presented by UWA Cuba-Venezuela Solidarity Club Website | More Information
February 2009 marked 10 years since Hugo Chavez took office, following a landslide election victory, and launched the Bolivarian revolution to bring radical change to Venezuela.

Filmed in Caracas in November 2008, on the eve of the 10th anniversary of Chavez's controversial presidency (...)
Sunday 23
19:30 - CONCERT - Russian Icons : UMS Presents...Artistry Concert 3! Website | More Information
Prepare to be enchanted by Shostakovich’s Chamber Symphony; Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings and Arvo Pärt’s magnificent Tabula Rasa. These three musical gems represent three different epochs in the ever evolving Russian and Soviet music: the beautiful, crowd pleasing Tchaikovsky; the dramatic (...)


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