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Displaying from Thursday, April 18, 2013
 April 2013
Thursday 18
13:10 - EVENT - FREE Lunchtime Concert : UWA Guitar Ensemble Website | More Information
Free 50min Concert every Thursday

17:00 - ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING - WASTV UWA AGM : The inaugural WASTV AGM Website | More Information
Are you Down To Film? Are you interested in acting, writing, directing or producing? WASTV UWA offers a broad spectrum of opportunities to students at UWA - ranging from being in the spotlight through to high level management and coordination. Come down to our AGM on April 18th - elect and meet (...)
Friday 19
13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Luminosity: Words & Thoughts : A unique glimpse behind the scenes of the creative process of language development in a poem Website | More Information
UWA writing collective 'Words&Thoughts' presents a unique behind-the-scenes view of the creative process for the development of the language of a poem, at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery on Friday 19 April 2013.

Words&Thoughts have created new works inspired by the theme 'luminos (...)

19:30 - PERFORMANCE - Artistry! Sensation Website | More Information
Opening the season, conductor and virtuoso violinist Paul Wright conducts a program affected by classical sensibilities featuring some of the period’s best-loved works.

Grainger: Duke of Marlborough Fanfare; Schubert: Symphony No. 8 (Unfinished); Bach: Violin Concerto in E Major (Soloist (...)
Tuesday 23
17:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - School of Music presents: Research Seminar Series - David Symons Website | More Information
David Symons: Antill After Corroboree: A Return to Conservatism?

This paper investigates one of the widespread perceptions in much critical comment on the music of John Antill following the composition of his famous ballet Corroboree – namely, that the composer reverted to a ‘quieter’ (...)
Friday 26
13:00 - SEMINAR - Marriage and the Wedding Industry : St Thomas More College Chair of Jesuit Studies More Information
With the average Australian wedding costing $36,000, is the wedding day really the "Bride's Day"? And should the bride still be "given away" like property?

Professor Tom Scirghi SJ of Fordham University, New York, is the 2013 St Thomas More College Chair of Jesuit (...)

13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Exhibition Talk: Uncharted Territory : Recollections of the pioneering experiences of Ronald and Catherine Berndt Website | More Information
Join us for a talk by Dr John E Stanton sharing quotes directly from the Berndt's recollections of their pioneering experience, at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery on Friday 26 April 2013.

As young PhD students, Ronald and Catherine Berndt were sent into the uncharted Eastern Highlands (...)
Sunday 28
15:30 - CONCERT - Change of Pace Concert : Chilled tunes on solo guitar plus classic and original piano pieces of jazz trio. Website | More Information
Join UWA School of Music guitarist Don Candy as he plays some of his chilled tunes on solo guitar followed by School of Music composer and jazz pianist Josiah Padmanabham performing classic and original pieces of jazz trio.

Admission is free, book ahead by visiting Epic Events.
Tuesday 30
17:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - School of Music presents: Research Seminar Series - Clint Bracknell/Makoto Takao Website | More Information
Clint Bracknell - Songs from the South: The Wirlomin Project and Southern Noongar Song

Aboriginal people, language and song inform a rich sense of place in Australia. Wirlomin Noongar people from the southwest are in the process of claiming, consolidating, enhancing and sharing their (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - 'More than the sum of the parts?' : Guest Lecture by Vivien Lovell Website | More Information
‘More than the sum of the parts?’ addresses interrelationships between art practice, architecture, landscape architecture, art history and criticism. The lecture will consider the roles, relationships, scope and creative tensions surrounding artists’ collaborations with other creative disciplines (...)

 May 2013
Wednesday 01
18:30 - COURSE - Chinese Calligraphy : Introductory Course (5 sessions, 2 hour each) Website | More Information
It’s the perfect marriage of art and meditation. The ancient art of Chinese calligraphy can strengthen your mental powers through meditation on art and beauty. Learn basics such as posture, brush holding and layout. Explore different styles of calligraphy.
Thursday 02
13:10 - PERFORMANCE - FREE Lunchtime Concert : UWA Wind and Brass Ensemble Website | More Information
Free 50min Concert every Thursday during Semester at 1:10pm
Friday 03
0:00 - EVENT - Callaway Series : CANCELLED Website | More Information
PLEASE BE ADVISED: - THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

15:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Amplifying Ambiguity, Contesting Futures : Public talk with SymbioticA resident Art historian Nora Vaage Website | More Information
In our contemporary Knowledge society, ideas for and about science are often shaped by the visions, scenarios and predictions offered by more or less clear-sighted actors within different societal spheres.

Entering into the contested terrain of which futures to prepare for, some of these (...)
Saturday 04
14:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Aaron Seeto: Special Guest Lecture and Exhibition Tour Website | More Information
Aaron Seeto will be presenting a special lecture and a tour of the current exhibition 'ORIENTing' at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery on Saturday May 4, 2pm.

Free Event, No RSVP required.

Aaron Seeto is a curator of contemporary Asian and Asian-Australian art. His curatorial (...)
Sunday 05
15:30 - CONCERT - 'Something Old, Something New' : A mixture of old and new works for cello and piano. Website | More Information
A mixture of old and new works for cello and piano covering the last 100 years. Older pieces from the start of the century with new interpretations plus new works from the later part of the century. There will also be original music written by a UWA Music School student.

Entry is (...)
Monday 06
13:00 - FREE LECTURE - 'The Missing Middle: How we lost our sense of the good and our sense of God along with it' C.S. Lewis Today Lecture Website | More Information
This year marks 50 years since the death of C. S. Lewis. In Perth, we will be leading off commemorations with a public lecture from Scott Stephens (Editor, ABC Religion Online) on "The Missing Middle: How we lost our sense of The Good and our sense of God along with it."
Tuesday 07
17:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - School of Music presents: Research Seminar Series - Louise Devenish More Information
Louise Devenish (DMA candidate)
Thursday 09
13:10 - PERFORMANCE - FREE Lunchtime Concert : UWA Faculty Artists: Suzanne Wijsman (cello) & Martina Liegat-Wilson (piano) Website | More Information
Free 50min Concert every Thursday during Semester at 1:10pm
Friday 10
13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Exhibition Talk: Highland Patrol : First-hand experiences of working in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea during the 60s and 70s. Website | More Information
John McGeachie shares his first-hand experiences of working in Papua New Guinea during the 60s and 70s in a talk at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery on Friday 10 May 2013.

As a dental surgeon, John worked on patrols to remote regions of the Eastern Highlands in PNG.

John will (...)


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