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1 - 31 Apr 10:00am 5:00pm

'Rhythm Sequence' is the first career survey of Australian artist Gemma Smith. The exhibition traces the development of Smith’s practice since 2003 and its experimentation with the language of painting. It celebrates Smith’s reworking of abstract codes and styles, as well as the testing of colour and form, pictorial depth and formal and improvised gestures.

1 - 31 Apr 10:00am 5:00pm

Multidisciplinary designers Elliott Bryce Foulkes and Maria Smit draw on a collaborative working process to explore the practice of graphic design within the museum.

1 - 31 Apr 10:00am 5:00pm

The work of Nicholas Aloisio-Shearer considers the field of image production surrounding video games. Focusing on the culture of hacking and “modding”, it examines the production of fan-art and its appropriation of models and image assets from games.

16 - 27 Apr 11:00am 6:00pm

When Playing on Synthetic Grass, we are in our element, in the playground, the artificial space that looks nothing like the real world, but is designed to be safe. A space for experimentation, learning and growth. We don't work, we play, and we don't make works, we make games. Playing on Synthetic Grass brings us back to our childhood, the playgrounds, the playpens and the various play things.

16 - 27 Apr 11:00am 6:00pm

Compositive investigates the potential in harvesting wasted time, utilising this dormant energy to produce new outcomes. A collaborative exercise with several thousand worms and some of my unknown fellow painting students, Compositive used discarded paintings from bins on campus and from my own personal archive to imagine a future without failure - or at least where success can be salvaged.

26 Apr 12:00pm 1:00pm
Driver distraction is increasingly recognised as a significant source of injuries and fatalities on the roadway.
27 Apr 8:00pm 10:00pm

Wolfgang Mozart | Quintet in E flat K452

Martin Wesley-Smith | Janet for flute, percussion and piano

Francis Poulenc | Sextet

György Ligeti | Bagatelles

Ludwig Thuille | Sextet Op.6

Ian Munro, piano; Geoffrey Collins, flute and David Griffiths, clarinet

with guest artists Huw Jones, oboe; Andrew Barnes, bassoon; Robert Johnson, horn; and Alison Pratt, percussion

29 Apr 5:15pm 7:45pm
How can we achieve more inclusive cities for women and children in our time of radical technologies? This event brings together a panel from diverse professions and cultures to address this issue.
1 May 7:00pm 9:00pm

A thrilling, genre-bending performance event from the electrifying UNSW New Music Collective to inspire and provoke new and exciting ways to engage with and enjoy the music of our time.

Featuring powerful, dynamic and radical works by Frederic Rzewski, Steve Reich, Vincent Plush, George Lewis and our very own Eitan Muir, this concert affirms that music making is a profound collective experience that speaks to freedom, choice, social responsibility, defiance and play.

1 May 7:00pm 9:00pm

Short films with light-hearted stories, hysterical situations, misunderstandings, madness and a swathe of jet-black humour. There will be jokes, gags, pratfalls and probably some glowsticks...

2 May 5:00pm 6:00pm

This keynote lecture, delivered by Matthew Kiem, is the first in a new series of talks at UNSW Galleries exploring politics and power in contemporary design.

2 May 5:15pm 7:00pm
Please join us for the first in a series of lectures on US-Australia Dialogues on International Trade and Resource Governance Law.
2 May 6:00pm 8:00pm

Thinking about uni in the future?

This evening is the best place for you to start if you are thinking about attending university in two years' time and are currently a Year 10 student (or you are the parent or teacher of a Year 10 student).

8 May 5:30pm 7:00pm
UNSW Built Environment in partnership with CTBUH (Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat) presents the Cities@UNSW lecture featuring Professor Robert Freestone.
9 May 6:00pm 7:00pm
Tales of pencils, punctuation and proofreading 'The New Yorker'.
9 May 6:30pm 8:30pm

Do you want to find out more about how the Law Admission Test (LAT) affects entry into our Law double degrees? 

Have your questions answered at our 2019 LAT Information Evening. The LAT is an entry requirement for all undergraduate law double degree programs at UNSW. This information evening will cover how the LAT has worked for entry in the past, provide detailed program and Faculty information, as well as key LAT dates for the year ahead.

13 May 5:00pm 6:30pm
How can people contribute to shaping our digital future? As our lives become increasingly digital, what is the road ahead for self-driving vehicles, digital health and how our personal data is used?
14 May 6:00pm 7:30pm

Please join us for the third lecture in Utzon Lecture Series for 2019.

Presented by Professor Walter Hood, University of California, Berkeley, and Creative Director and Founder of Hood Design Studio in Oakland, CA

Registration: 5.30pm
Public Lecture: 6.00pm sharp
Networking Reception: 7.30pm - 8.30pm

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