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Displaying from Friday, October 21, 2011
 October 2011
Friday 21
12:30 - PUBLIC TALK - Big Country, Small Flowers : Free public talk on art, landscape and Australia. More Information
Artist and lecturer in Visual Arts at Edith Cowan University, Gregory Pryor will talk about Sidney Nolan's, Flower panels [Paradise Garden series], c. 1968, in relation to his own attempts at articulating the Australian flora and landscape.

15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - Sentient Relics: Exhibiting Difference in the Museum : Public talk by Dr Janice Baker Website | More Information
Meaningful encounters with artefacts in museums have always generated thinking about difference. In this context the term ‘difference’ ranges from an encounter with something unfamiliar and therefore strange to the philosophical notion of difference as singularity, that is, of difference without (...)

19:30 - EVENT - School of Music Concert: UWA Brass & RASWA with Brett Baker Website | More Information
Join Brett Baker, Principal Trombone of the Black Dyke Brass Band, and Perth’s own Royal Agricultural Society Brass Band of WA in this feast of music for Trombone and Brass.

Featuring the famous Grondahl Trombone Concerto, and a special version of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue arranged for (...)

20:00 - PERFORMANCE - The Changeling : English and Cultural Studies present the Jacobean Revenge Tragedy The Changeling More Information
Beatrice-Joanna, newly betrothed to one man, sees another man she fancies more. She gets Deflores, the man she loathes, to sort things out, promising money. But Deflores has other ideas of payment. Meanwhile, at the lunatic asylum run by Alibius and his helper Lollio, two nobles have had themselves (...)
Saturday 22
17:30 - PERFORMANCE - Bengali Association of WA presents: Sugata Marjit in concert Website | More Information
Sugata Marjit is the Director and Reserve Bank of India Professor of Industrial Economics at the Centre of Studies in Social Sciences, Kolkata, and editor of India Macroeconomics Annual. He has also just been appointed the Chairman of West Bengal State Council of Higher Education. He is a well-known (...)
Monday 24
9:00 - EXHIBITION - Transformation Through Drawing More Information
Transformation Through Drawing is a series of student works that respond to the theme of transformation and change through ageing, movement, systems of codification and extreme viewpoints. Students have been given an opportunity to demonstrate the acquisition of new skills and the appreciation and (...)

19:30 - PERFORMANCE - School of Music Concert: Brush Up your Shakespeare Website | More Information
School of Music Department of Vocal Studies presents: 'Brush Up your Shakespeare'

Monday 24th and Tuesday 25th October, 7.30pm, Callaway Music Auditorium

An informative and entertaining journey, exploring Shakespeare's songs a set by composers from Thomas Morley to Leonard (...)
Tuesday 25
18:15 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Museums in the Global World Website | More Information
A public lecture by Neil MacGregor, OM, Director of the British Museum.

Presented by The Western Australian Museum in association with The University of Western Australia.

The great cities of the world are global cities where citizens engage with the history, traditions and (...)
Wednesday 26
18:00 - PERFORMANCE - School of Music Concert: Keyed Up! 4 - Penelope Thwaites Website | More Information
Since her London debut at the Wigmore Hall in 1974, Penelope Thwaites has established an international reputation as a soloist, broadcaster and recording artist. She has performed concertos with leading orchestras throughout Europe, America and Australia.

Her many recordings of Percy (...)
Thursday 27
13:10 - PERFORMANCE - Free Lunchtime Concert: UWA Wind and Brass Students: Chamber Wind Classics Website | More Information
UWA Wind and Brass students present chamber works in this free lunchtime concert.

20:00 - PERFORMANCE - School of Music: Music Students' Society - Soloists More Information
Presented by the UWA Music Students' Society, the final concert in this series will showcase solo performances of UWA Music students performing a wide range of repertoire on a rage of instruments and voice.
Friday 28
18:45 - SCREENING - ACYA's Inaugural Chinese Movie Night Website | More Information
ACYA is holding its first Chinese movie night on Friday, October 28. Tickets are only $5 and includes snacks/soft drinks (BYO allowed).

"THE WESTERN TRUNK LINE" (Xi Gan Dao), 2006, a comedy/love story/veiled political satire starring Li Jie as a kind of Chinese James Dean. Set (...)
Sunday 30
19:00 - PERFORMANCE - Salar Aghili & the Razo Niaz Ensemble : A wonderful gallery of the mystique of Persian music. Website | More Information
Salar Aghili's passionate and silky voice will take you back into the music, literature and culture of an ancient land named Persia. Be overwhelmed with the sounds of Tar (Origin of Guitar), Setar and Kamanche. Let your emotions take you away into ancient Persia with the sound of Daf and Tonbak and (...)

 November 2011
Tuesday 01
16:00 - MEMORIAL LECTURE - Dr. Joan Trevelyan Memorial Lecture More Information
Dr. Stefano Carboni, Director of the Art Gallery of Western Australia will be presenting a lecture on “Islamic Art in Western Art Museums: A Century of Displays and Interpretation” in loving memory of Dr. Joan Trevelyan. The lecture will discuss the history of displays of Islamic art throughout (...)
Thursday 03
19:00 - FUNDRAISER - THE AFROCENTRIC QUIZ NIGHT (Horn of Africa fund-raiser) : Quiz Night by The African Students Union UWA, featuring a fashion show from various African countries and a traditional dance.Proceeds go to the East African Famine. Website | More Information
So, Do You Have The Guts To Be AFROCENTRIC? FIND OUT !

Proceeds go to the East African Famine.

Featuring a fashion show from various African countries and a traditional dance.

Don't miss out on all the prizes, snacks AND heaps of fun!!!

For Tickets call (...)
Friday 04
15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - Failing Better/Failing Worse : Free public talk with John Freeman Website | More Information
Bertrand Russell has suggested that learning begins with inarticulate certainty and moves towards articulate doubt. Creative endeavour requires doubt, and failure: studios and workshops open spaces for it, practitioners accept it as an ever-present possibility, a state to embrace, or as the (...)
Sunday 13
16:00 - PERFORMANCE - Symphony by the Bay : Outdoor Orchestral Performance by Perth Symphony Orchestra and feature artists Website | More Information
Celebrate the start of Summer at Symphony by the Bay: an uplifting celebration of Orchestral works performed by the Perth Symphony Orchestra and a selection of guest soloists including celebrated soprano, Sara Macliver, and violin virtuoso Paul Wright, conducted by Jessica Gethin.

Brin (...)
Thursday 17
19:30 - EVENT - Shiver : An emotive and involving Dance Theatre expierience Website | More Information
Life often unfolds in unexpected directions.

Four strangers find themselves trapped in an unknown place with no exit.

Together they dance tango, search for answers and recall moments when life ran out of control. From the exuberance of young love to the grief of loss, their (...)
Friday 18
15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - The Museum of Human Disease; Know Your Enemy : Friday afternoon seminar at SymbioticA Website | More Information
This talk will be about the tension the Museum of Human Disease faces between acts of law and being interesting. And will link this to the types of ways art fits into trying to resolve these tensions.

Derek Williamson is currently manger of the Museum of Human Disease at the University (...)
Friday 25
15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - The Thrombolites of Lake Clifton in Western Australia : Friday Seminar with Jennifer Alexander Website | More Information
Lake Clifton is well known for the largest array of living Thrombolites (a type of Microbialites similar to Stromatolites) in the southern hemisphere. They were first described in 1980s when the lake ranged in salinity between 7 and 35 ppt. Within the last 25 years the salinity in the lake has (...)


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