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 February 2016
Thursday 11
18:30 - SCREENING - Symphony of the Soil Under the Stars : Outdoor screening of stunning film documentary 'Symphony of the Soil' Website | More Information
A FREE community event celebrating the abundance and synergy of life within our very own unique Western Australian soils. Bring along a picnic (or buy food onsite) to share under the stars in the spectacular grounds of UWA for a very special outdoor viewing of Deborah Koons Garcia’s incredibly (...)
Friday 12
10:00 - CANCELLED - EVENT - Free Public Lecture with His Excellency Mr Bong-hyun Kim, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Australia : "How to upgrade the relationship between Australia and the Republic of Korea" - Friday, 12 February 2016 Time: 10.00am – 11.30am Website | More Information
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled.



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Australia and the Republic of Korea are close friends and both countries have developed a strong strategic partnership in the Asia-Pacific for the last half-century. Korea is Australia’s third largest (...)
Monday 15
8:30 - CONFERENCE - International Association for Energy Economics Asian Conference : Asia's Future Energy Needs Website | More Information
Some of the world's leading energy economics experts will attend an international conference to address Asia's future energy needs.

The UWA Business School will host the 5th International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE) Asian Conference from February 14 to 17, 2016, bringing (...)
Thursday 18
16:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar Series : Ochre pigments and symbolic artefacts in the Swabian Jura More Information
One of the most significant questions in archaeology asks when hominins started to exhibit characteristics of "modern" behaviour, such as complex syntactical language, abstract thinking, planning depth, behavioral, technological and economical innovativeness, and symbolic behavior. This (...)
Friday 19
18:00 - EXHIBITION OPENING - Exhibition Opening - Bharti Kher: In Her Own Language Website | More Information
Join us for the opening of our first exhibition for 2016, Bharti Kher: In Her Own Language, presented as part of the Perth International Arts Festival.

The exhibition will be opened by author, novelist and social commentator Jane Caro in the presence of the artist.

FREE to (...)
Monday 22
15:00 - EXHIBITION OPENING - Bali Eye ii Karma Pala Project - exhibition opening : Fundraising exhibition - John Fawcett Foundation Website | More Information
Bali Eye ii Karma Pala Project Opening Cullity Gallery 26 February 2016 6.30pm to 8.30pm. A fundraising exhibition providing support for eye disease and cataract surgery in Bali. Bali Studio is an immersive art and culture study program that includes two intensive weeks in-country within Bali (...)
Thursday 25
16:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar : Walking through words and images Writing and Art at Saibai Island, Torres Strait More Information
This presentation examines publicly visible writing, painting and carved images at Saibai Island, Torres Strait, a border area of Australia. They have flourished since Papua New Guinea established its sovereignty in 1975 and in them we can see processes of social differentiation mobilised around (...)

 March 2016
Thursday 03
16:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar Series : Kimberley Visions - Rock Art, Plant Depictions, Style Provinces More Information
In this discursive-style presentation we discuss interrelated and current research issues and projects from the Kimberley region. These cover topics such as: -Why are potentially earlier dates for figurative art in the Kimberley significant? -Are multi-phase depictions of plants such as yams (...)

18:00 - TALK - Talk and Tour - Bharti Kher: In Her Own Language Website | More Information
Discover more about the art of Bharti Kher, whose elegant yet diverse work stems from the pulse of her New Delhi studio, as exhibition curator Margaret Moore takes you on an exclusive tour of Bharti Kher: In Her Own Language at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery.

FREE event. Register to (...)
Friday 04
14:30 - SEMINAR - Anthropology and Sociology Seminar Series : Choosing International: a Case Study of Globally Mobile Parents More Information
We start from the notion of Ball&Nikita (2014) who ask for considering “the educational choices and choice making contexts of a burgeoning, mobile, post-national middle class who operate on a global scale, or perhaps more precisely, who act locally and think globally.” Our data basis consists (...)
Saturday 05
8:00 - EVENT - Yoga on the Grass : Free yoga on the grass sessions every Saturday Website | More Information
Join UWA Sport for free Yoga on the Grass every Saturday! Start your weekend off the right way and join us from 8-9am - no need to be a member or UWA student, everyone can attend, just come on down, sign in and enjoy the serenity of outdoor yoga.

Why not book a table and stay to enjoy (...)
Tuesday 08
13:00 - FREE LECTURE - UWA Staff & Student Lecture with Associate Professor Tetsuya Toyoda : "East Asian Territorial Disputes and International Law" Website | More Information
Mr Tetsuya Toyoda is the Deputy Director and Associate Professor of the Institute for Asian Studies and Regional Collaboration at Akita International University (AIU) in Japan. He has taught International Law and International Organisations at AIU since 2007. Mr Toyoda was a project researcher at (...)

16:15 - FREE LECTURE - Free Foreign Policy Lecture with Associate Professor Tetsuya Toyoda : "Law against justice over the Island disputes in East Asia - Why can't governments negotiate" Website | More Information
Mr Tetsuya Toyoda is the Deputy Director and Associate Professor of the Institute for Asian Studies and Regional Collaboration at Akita International University (AIU) in Japan. He has taught International Law and International Organisations at AIU since 2007. Mr Toyoda was a project researcher at (...)

18:45 - EVENT - RACI presents the 2016 Bayliss Youth Lecture : Zombies, Cars and Shoes: Case Studies in Physical Evidence Website | More Information
While it’s not the only type of evidence used in most investigations, trace evidence can provide invaluable information to the investigator and influence the legal process of criminal prosecutions. Join Kari as she details the chemistry behind examining physical evidence, and talks about some (...)

19:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Friends of the UWA Library Speaker : Perth Theatres & Cinemas - discover the fascinating history of performance spaces in Perth More Information
In the early days of the Swan River colony most theatrical and musical entertainment took place either in private residences or in the Court House (now the Old Courthouse Law Museum in Stirling Gardens). Gradually as the population increased and more public buildings were constructed, further (...)
Wednesday 09
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Looking Back To Go Forward: why marine management needs lessons from the past Website | More Information
A public lecture by Dr Kathleen Schwerdtner Máñez, Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology.

This lecture introduces marine environmental history (MEH) and its relevance for marine management. It will present some of the underlying concepts, theories and methods, and present the first (...)
Thursday 10
7:30 - EVENT - Perth Blood Institute Presents Another Bloody Breakfast : Join Professor Ross Baker and Dr Quintin Hughes as they discuss the high quality research being undertaken by the Perth Blood Institute. Website | More Information
Professor Ross Baker together with Dr Quintin Hughes present ‘Another Bloody Breakfast', hosted by Adrian Barich with special guest, former West Coast Eagles Premiership legend, David Wirrapanda.

Come and hear about the Institute's mission to conduct high quality medical research into (...)

15:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Public Lecture with His Excellency Mr Bong-hyun Kim, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Australia : "How to upgrade the relationship between Australia and the Republic of Korea" Website | More Information
Australia and the Republic of Korea are close friends and both countries have developed a strong strategic partnership in the Asia-Pacific for the last half-century. Korea is Australia’s third largest export market at fourth largest two-way trading partner. Bilateral trade and investment is (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar : Did the Tasmanian Aborigines eat fish? More Information
The presence or absence of fish in the Tasmanian archaeological record has long been a lightening rod for the broader debates about the level of social and technological impacts within isolated human populations. The narrative has largely been driven by data derived from the Rocky Cape caves, dug (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Taking a Shortcut Through the Long Grass : The 2016 Grace Vaughan Memorial lecture by Dorinda Cox, Project Officer, Keeping Kids Safe Project Website | More Information
The 2016 Grace Vaughan Memorial lecture by Dorinda Cox, Project Officer, Keeping Kids Safe Project, Women’s Council for Domestic and Family Violence Services WA and Managing Director of the Inspire Change Consulting Group.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women are 35 times more (...)


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