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Displaying from Tuesday, March 01, 2011
 March 2011
Wednesday 02
19:00 - POETRY READING - 'Masonic' : Poetry Reading at the Convocation Pavilion on Whitfeld Court UWA More Information
Come along for a sunset poetry reading in the Convocation Pavilion on Whitfeld Court at UWA. Poets include:

Amanda Joy, Belowsky Poet, Vivienne Glance, Jan Napier, Scott-Patrick Mitchell, Dosh Luckwell, Tristan Parr, Gabrielle Everall, Sue Clennell, Andrew Burke and Afief Ismail
Thursday 03
17:00 - SEMINAR - Scooby Doo Origins Auditions : Auditions for the latest UWA Panto Society show More Information
Pantomime is a traditional British parody of well known fairytales and stories, which UWA PantoSoc has shamelessly converted to an M15+ parody of anything and everything. Although we started out focusing on fairytales, we quickly realised that this was our last chance to fulill our own dreams by (...)
Friday 04
13:10 - WORKSHOP - Lunchtime Meditation : Free guided meditation sessions organised by UWA Be with Buddha Society Website | More Information
2011's season of free Friday lunchtime meditation sessions begins this week! Whether you seek to learn meditation or you are a long-time practitioner, this is a good place to be at the end of each week, where you de-stress and practise to develop greater clarity and composure in life.

All (...)
Friday 11
11:00 - EXHIBITION - reconnaissance Website | More Information
We live in a rapidly changing world. War and global warming mean that thousands of people worldwide are constantly crossing state boundaries or becoming stateless. Some have been stateless for generations. Australians are used to seeing the victims of the latest war or environmental tragedy on (...)

13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Meet the Artists: Susan Norrie & David Mackenzie Website | More Information
In Korban Lumpur, a recent video work by Susan Norrie and David Mackenzie, the artists have documented the devastating environmental and human tragedy caused by gas and oil drilling in Sidoarjo, East Java, Indonesia. Rarely reported in the mainstream media, the artists will discuss the impact this (...)

15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - SymbioticA Friday Seminar > A Reflection on Visceral : A look back at SymbioticA's recent exhibition at Science Gallery, Dublin Website | More Information
SymbioricA Friday Seminar > A Reflection on Visceral

Date: Friday 11th March 2011

Speakers: Oron Catts, Ionat Zurr, Guy Ben-Ary, Tanya Visosevic et al

Location: SymbioticA Room 228, Level 2 , School of Anatomy and Human Biology, UWA

SymbioticA and (...)

16:00 - EVENT - Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery Student Welcome Website | More Information
Open to all UWA staff and students, the Gallery’s Student Welcome provides a fantastic opportunity to view our latest exhibition, meet the artists, and enjoy drinks and canapés with friends and colleagues. RSVP by Monday 7 March to (08) 6488 3707 or email [email protected]
Sunday 13
13:00 - SCREENING - Amnesty International UWA Movie Night : Screening of the movie ‘My Tehran for Sale’, Tuesday 29th March at 7pm, UWA Tavern More Information
Movie Night screening 'My Tehran for Sale'. Tickets available through trybooking or facebook. $3 for AIUWA members, $5 for others. 18+ event.

14:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Artist's Talk: Bob Birch in conversation with Dr Annette Pedersen Website | More Information
Over the past few years Bob Birch has travelled regularly to the West Bank, using his camera to document the people and events that he has encountered there. In this candid conversation with long-time friend and exhibition curator Dr Annette Pedersen, Bob discusses some of his experiences in the (...)
Monday 14
13:00 - LECTURE - Who owns music and why should you care? : Public lecture More Information
In this most timely and relevant lecture, Anthony Seeger, Distinguished Professor of ethnomusicology and Director of the Ethnomusicology Archives at UCLA (University of California Los Angeles) will address issues in Intellectual Property and ethics from an ethnomusicological perspective. His (...)

13:00 - FREE LECTURE - School of Music presents: International Research Seminar - 'Who Owns Music and Why Should You Care?' Professor Anthony Seeger, UCLA Website | More Information
World-renowned enthomusicologist, nephew of famous folk musician, Pete Seeger. The author addresses issues in Intellectual Property and ethics from an ethnomusicological perspective.
Friday 18
13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Artist's Talk: Jon Tarry in conversation with Julian Goddard Website | More Information
Jon Tarry’s series of prints and drawings, sculptural constructions, and video installation explore a range of geopolitical relationships that exist between Australia and the rest of the world. In dialogue with Julian Goddard, Head of Art at Curtin University, Jon will discuss some of the (...)
Sunday 20
10:00 - EVENT - Perth Upmarket : Perth’s premier quarterly upmarket shopfront for WA’s talented artists, designers, stylists and gourmets Website | More Information
Perth Upmarket is Perth’s premier quarterly upmarket shopfront for the State’s talented artists, designers, stylists and gourmets. The market showcases over 150 designers with products including handmade clothing, wall art, jewellery, wood and paper products, cupcakes, giftware, accessories, toys (...)
Tuesday 22
17:00 - SEMINAR - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - Globalisation, Empire and Opera Website | More Information
Part of the Power of Music seminar series, this seminar focuses on 19th Century opera dissemination and performance practices in the British Empire.
Wednesday 23
16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Presents: : DANTE ALIGHIERI Website | More Information
John Scott will be talking about Dante, a major Italian poet from the Middle Ages, and his Comedy (Commedia or Divina Commedia), which describes Dante’s journey through Hell (Inferno), the Purgatory (Purgatorio) and Paradise (Paradisio). The Comedy is considered the greatest literary work composed (...)
Thursday 24
13:10 - PERFORMANCE - Free Lunchtime Concert Website | More Information
Happy Birthday Liszt! Adam Pinto presents a recital of solo piano works by Franz Liszt, celebrating 200 years since the composer’s birth.
Sunday 27
14:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Artist's Talk: Dr Christopher Crouch in conversation with Toogarr Morrison Website | More Information
Join Perth-based artist and writer Dr Christopher Crouch, and local indigenous artist and Bibbullmun elder Toogarr Morrison, for a thought-provoking discussion about some of the political and creative issues surrounding the representation of landscape in Australian art.
Tuesday 29
17:00 - SEMINAR - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - A Comparison between aural and aural/visual assessment of violin performance achievement Website | More Information
International visiting researcher, Lissa May, talks about research in Music Education.
Thursday 31
11:45 - EVENT - Exchange Fair : Your chance to find out about student exchange and meet people from all over the world. Website | More Information
International partners of UWA as well as past and current exchange students will be available to talk to about their Universities. Students get the chance to learn about studying abraod.

13:10 - PERFORMANCE - Free Lunchtime Concert Website | More Information
Trinity Piano Trio

The award-winning trio Trinity returns to UWA to present Beethoven’s celebrated Archduke trio.

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