Events: faculty of arts

Requiem de Mozart screening

Based on the unfinished Requiem by Mozart, this adaptation of his final chef d’oeuvre is a deeply moving ritual of life and death, extinction and the possibility of rebirth.

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Chinese Lunar New year Fair

As many of our international students are staying in Adelaide this summer, ISS is taking this opportunity to celebrate Lunar New Year with them by transforming Barr Smith Lawns 4pm-7pm to an outdoor bustling Lunar New Year Fair.

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Inaugural Hugh Stretton Oration "On Life's Lottery" by Professor Davis

You are invited to inaugural Hugh Stretton Oration, 'On Life's Lottery by Professor Glyn Davis (CEO of the Paul Ramsay Foundation).

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University-Industry Strategic Partnership Workshop

This three hour workshop will give participants a greater understanding of partnerships and partnership success with external collaborators. 

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Post-COVID Opportunities in China for Businesses and Entrepreneurs

Join Leonie McKeon with Dr Gerry Groot as they discuss opportunities for businesses and entrepreneurs to enter the China market post-COVID

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School of Social Sciences 2 in 20 Seminars - Part 2

Designed to showcase the diversity of research within the School, staff will speak for 10 minutes each, followed by a short Q & A session.

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School of Social Sciences 2 in 20 Seminars - Part 1

Designed to showcase the diversity of research within the School, staff will speak for 10 minutes each, followed by a short Q & A session.

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Jon Lemon in Conversation with Troy Sincock

Creative Revolutionaries, the Sia Furler Institute and the Elder Conservatorium at the University of Adelaide are proud to present a conversation with Jon Lemon, world-renowned sound engineer and Troy Sincock, music industry leader, DJ and presenter and former general manager of Fresh FM.

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GLAMR Machine Learning Experiments in New Zealand and Australia

This webinar from the Artificial Intelligence for Libraries, Archives, Museums group (AI4LAM) brings together three representatives from the AU and NZ gallery, library and museums scene to share their experiences with AI and machine learning experiments in managing and using their collections.

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World Digital Preservation Day: Digital preservation and my research legacy

The University Library looks after many wonderful unique collections of manuscripts and archives. These collections may contain correspondence, diaries and notebooks, all of which provide a valuable insight into notable researchers’ experience and approach. If we think about our research work today….what will this look like in the future? How do we ensure your research work today, will be available?

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