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Arts and Cultural events
 February 2012
Saturday 04
17:00 - PERFORMANCE - Capriccio Flamenco Website | More Information
2 SHOWS ONLY! 5PM & 8PM

Danza Viva (www.danzaviva.com) proudly celebrates its 25th anniversary production, Capriccio Flamenco.

Produced and directed by Deanna Blacher. With guest artists: Tomas Arroquero (Flamenco dance), Antonio Soria and El Titi de Algeciras (Flamenco singers). Supported by a cast of 25 flamenco dancers and musicians.

Bookings online https://www.trybooking.com/16220 or phone 9444 9818 or 9275 3946
Wednesday 29
18:00 - EXHIBITION - Student Gallery Viewing : An opportunity for students to view the new exhibitions on campus. Website | More Information
Students are invited to spend an evening at the gallery observing the vibrant colours, eclecticism and innovation of the Western Desert’s Ngaanyatjarra artists, rediscover some forgotten treasures from the Berndt Museum and view important pieces from Australia’s largest collection of women’s art.

- Special Guest Speakers and Performers

- Tours of the Gallery

- Free Food and Drink Provided

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - A World of Opportunities: Social innovation in the international and Australian cultural sector Website | More Information
A Public Lecture by Vanessa Kredler, UNESCO.

This presentation will introduce the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) in Cairo, which is being developed under the auspices of UNESCO. The NMEC is an ambitious new museum project that will look at Egyptian civilization from prehistory to the present day. There are huge opportunities for this emerging institution to become an agent of social change and deal with contemporary challenges.

Museums are well placed to deal with contemporary social issues, including climate change, health, and conflict resolution. The presentation will talk about opportunities at the NMEC and introduce good practice examples from other regions of the world before inviting an open exchange on opportunities for the Australian arts and cultural sector to lead in social innovation.

This lecture is co-sponsored by the Institute of Advanced Studies at UWA, the Western Australian Museum and Museums Australia Western Australia.

 March 2012
Thursday 01
13:10 - PERFORMANCE - Lunchtime Concert : Visiting Artist Adam Pinto (piano) More Information
A program of Impressionist Masterpieces including works by Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel

18:00 - PERFORMANCE - Winthrop Singers Evensong : The Winthrop Singers perform evensong at St Thomas More College More Information
Our first evensong as guests in St Thomas More College. Come along to hear some quality choral music.

Responses: Rose Psalm 121 Canticles: Byrd Short Service Anthem: Mozart Ave verum corpus
Sunday 04
10:00 - EVENT - Perth Upmarket : Perth’s premier quarterly market for original and handcrafted wares Website | More Information
Perth Upmarket is Perth’s premier quarterly market for original and handcrafted wares. The market brings together over 150 of Perth’s most talented artists, designers, craftsmen and gourmets all under one roof at the University of Western Australia’s Winthrop Hall. Incorporating a dedicated Junior Upmarket and Gourmet section. Parking and entry are free and the venue is easily accessible. Two ATMs onsite.
Tuesday 06
17:00 - PERFORMANCE - Distinguished International Guest Lecture Series : Professor Jane Edwards from the University of Limerick, Ireland Website | More Information
Prof Jane Edwards is a world leading music therapist and will speak on parent and infant music making.
Thursday 08
13:10 - PERFORMANCE - Lunchtime Concert : Alexander McCracken (clarinet) Website | More Information
Works for chamber clarinet.
Friday 09
13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Caring and Sharing Cultural Heritage : Indigenous Art Collections - Mark Stewart and Pauline Williams in conversation at Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery Website | More Information
Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA Museums presents an informative lunchtime conversation this Friday 9 March, 1pm. This is a free public talk, all welcome.

University Art Collections play a vital role in the acquisition, presentation and interpretation of Indigenous art to a diverse Australian public. Pauline Williams, Exhibition Coordinator, John Curtin Gallery, and Mark Stewart, Art Curator, Murdoch University, will discuss this responsibility in relation to the curatorial premise of an exhibition they co-curated in 2011 titled 'Evolving Identities – Contemporary Indigenous Art'.

This talk is part of a series of Friday lunchtime conversations focusing on the role of collecting in the Indigenous art sector. For details on further Friday talks refer to the public program at www.lwgallery.uwa.edu.au/exhibitions.

19:30 - PERFORMANCE - Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost : Shakespeare's most literary comedy Website | More Information
‘These are barren tasks, too hard to keep, Not to see ladies, study, fast, not sleep!’

The beautiful Elizabethan style New Fortune Theatre at the University of Western Australia with its resident peacocks is the perfect setting for Shakespeare’s most beautifully lyrical play, Love’s Labour’s Lost, an extravaganza of wordplay and wit, glowing with lush language and romantic tomfoolery.

The Graduate Dramatic Society’s Sixtieth Anniversary production is directed by Grant Malcolm, the Award-winning director of the inaugural GRADS’ Summer Shakespeare season.

Hilarious and highly entertaining, this boisterous comedy delights with its excruciating cross-purposes and impersonations, drunkenness, bust ups and pratfalls.

No sooner have the young king and his courtiers at the court of Navarre zealously vowed to give up good living and women for three years to focus on serious study, than temptation arrives in the form of the Princess of France and her very attractive, very intelligent, and very saucy entourage – and the young men find their pulse rates soaring!

Infatuation, adolescent pranks and playful confusion lead to more serious matters, revealing the cost of real love.

This, Shakespeare’s most intellectual comedy, is also a joyous celebration of language, groaning with puns, rhymes, bizarre syntax, grotesque coinages and parodies.

https://facebook.com/loveslabourslost
Thursday 15
13:10 - EVENT - Lunchtime Concert : Adam Lewin (flute) Website | More Information
Adam is showcasing some of his favourite contemporary repertoire along with some new works, Adam presents a lunchtime concert like no other.

18:00 - PERFORMANCE - Winthrop Singers Evensong More Information
The Winthrop Singers, UWA's chamber choir, perform an Evensong service every Thursday this semester at St Thomas More College.

Responses: Rose Psalm 139 Old Testament Reading: Genesis 45:4-14 New Testament Reading: Hebrews 2:5-9 Canticles: Farrant in g minor Anthem: Pearsall Tu es Petrus Hymn: Praise my soul the King of Heaven
Wednesday 21
18:00 - FREE LECTURE - Semipermeable Public Lecture Series : Presented by SymbioticA & Institute of Advanced Studies at UWA Website | More Information
Alien Agencies: Research-Creation and Ethnographies of the Nonhuman

A public lecture by Dr Christopher Salter, Director, Hexagram Concordia Centre for Research-Creation in Media Art and Technology.

What does it mean that nonhuman matter “performs”? How can contemporary techno-scientifically influenced and produced artworks be understood under the term “new materialism”?
Thursday 22
18:00 - PERFORMANCE - Winthrop Singers Evensong More Information
The Winthrop Singers, UWA's chamber choir, perform an Evensong service every Thursday this semester at St Thomas More College. This week is our special 5th Anniversary Evensong where we will officially induct new choristers into the choir.

Responses: Rose Psalm 95 Old Testament Reading: Genesis 46:1-7 New Testament Reading: Hebrews 3:12-19 Canticles: Gibbons Short Service Anthem: Harris Faire is the heaven Hymn: Forth in thy name, O Lord
Saturday 24
13:30 - FREE LECTURE - Roman Archaeology Group Free Lecture : The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Two Illustrated Lectures by Winthrop Professor David Kennedy Website | More Information
The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, 3rd Session. Two illustrated lectures by Winthrop Professor David Kennedy. Saturday 24 March, 1:30pm. Social Sciences Lecture Theatre, University of Western Australia.

Program:

1:30pm - Lecture - Fall: Economic, Social, Environmental... and more.

2:30pm - Tea Break ($7 for RAG Members, $10 for non-members)

3:00pm - Lecture - What Happened... and Does it Matter?

Please let us know of your interest by emailing Norah Cooper: [email protected]

Next lectures: Winter Lecture Series TBA.

To learn more about the Roman Archaeology Group of Perth please visit https://www.humanities.uwa.edu.au/research/cah/roman-archaeology.
Tuesday 27
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - The 2012 Francesco Vanzetti Memorial Lecture : Dante's Purgatorio and Easter: an introduction with a reading of the First Canto More Information

18:05 - FREE LECTURE - Lecture on Dante : Emeritus Professor John Scott will deliver the 2012 Francesco Vanzetti Memorial Lecture on Dante's Purgatorio. Website | More Information
"Dante's Purgatorio and Easter: an introduction with a reading of the First Canto"
Wednesday 28
18:00 - FREE LECTURE - Semipermeable Public Lecture Series : Presented by SymbioticA & Institute of Advanced Studies at UWA Website | More Information
"Artists in the Labs" Speaker: Jill Scott

The artists-in-labs program, based in Zurich Switzerland started as a pilot project in 2003 to place artists into Swiss scientific research environments. The program examines current debates and discourses that can help art and science gain a closer understanding of each other. As well as her projects, “The Electric Retina” and “Dermaland”, Jill will present on the work of artists based in the artists-in-lab program and their collaborating research centres. These projects, research directives and residencies are designed to inspire artists to create new works of complexity and address the relevant issues about scientific discovery for society. She will also discuss the ways in which scientists in the program are exploring more creative contemporary art approaches to the experimentation, interpretation and communication of their research.
Thursday 29
13:10 - PERFORMANCE - Lunchtime Concert : Daniel Masmanian (composition) More Information

18:00 - PERFORMANCE - Winthrop Singers Evensong More Information
The Winthrop Singers, UWA's chamber choir, perform an Evensong service every Thursday this semester at St Thomas More College. This week is a special sung Eucharist service. All are welcome.

Eucharist Victoria: Motet & Mass O Quam Gloriosum est Regnum Reading: Mark 3: 7-19 Motet: Parsons Ave Maria

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