What's On


ARTS AND CULTURE



26 May
The future of music: how interactive technologies are changing music experience
Part of Vivid Ideas
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26 May
David Raskin lecture: Hiroshi Sugimoto's Inhuman Photographs
Part of Vivid Ideas
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27 May
The Structure of Creative Practice
Part of Vivid Ideas
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29 May
I'm Not Racist, But...2015
Part of Vivid Ideas
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2 June
Material Traces: Performativity, Artistic 'Work', and New Concepts of Agency
Amelia Jones, Robert A. Day Professor of Art and Design and Vice Dean of Critical Studies.
Co-presented with the Power Institute
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2 June
Key Texts. Reflections on Friedrich Schiller's On the Aesthetic Education of Man
Emeritus Professor Stephen Gaukroger, History of Philosophy and History of Science
Co-presented with the Sydney Intellectual History Network
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2 June
Reading Australian Literature: Delia Falconer on 'Seven Poor Men of Sydney' by Christina Stead
Co-presented with the School of Letters, Arts and Media at the University of Sydney
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3 June
The Surprising Truth about Asian Languages
Co-presented with the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre
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HEALTH AND MEDICINE


20 May
Sydney Ideas Health Forums - The Dementia Epidemic
A panel discussion
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27 May
The Obesity Epidemic: can design help?
Part of Vivid Ideas
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28 May
Is Health Research Fully Sick?
Part of the Sydney Innovation and Research Symposium 2015 hosted by Sydney Research and the Sydney Local Health District
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2 June
Youth Mental Health Forum – ‘Can We Talk?’
Presented by The Sunday Telegraph
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SCIENCE, ENVIRONMENT, AND TECHNOLOGY


25 May
The Nepal Earthquake: One Month On
Presented with School of Geosciences and the Sydney Environment Institute
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28 May
Enlighten: Our brightest minds reveal how light transforms your life
Part of Vivid Ideas
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4 June
Food@Sydney - Fish and Fisheries: asking the welfare question
A panel discussion
Co-presented the Sydney Environment Institute at the University of Sydney and HARN
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5 June
World Environment Day film screening: Fair Food
Presented with Sydney Environment Institute
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7 July
Food@Sydney - The Glass Walls Fallacy: Reflections from an Industrialized Kill Floor on the promises and pitfalls of transparency
Co-presented the Sydney Environment Institute at the University of Sydney
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POLITICS AND SOCIETY




25 May
Competing Voices: The status of Indigenous languages in the French Pacific and Australia
Presented by the Embassy of France in Australia and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research Network in the Office of the DVC (Indigenous Strategy and Services)
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28 July
ADDing WOMEN AND STIRring in Economic History
Patricia Clavin ( Oxford) and Professor Gabrielle Meagher (Sydney and Macquarie).
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17 September
ADDing WOMEN AND STIRring in Immigration History
Evelyn Hu-de Hart (Brown) and Sophie Loy-Wilson (Sydney)
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