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17 Jan - 18 Apr 10:00am 5:00pm
A series of exhibitions, performances and events from across the Pacific and throughout the Great Ocean. Wansolwara – a pidgin word from the Solomon Islands meaning ‘one-salt-water’ or ‘one ocean, one people’ – reflects not a single ocean, but rather a connected waterscape that holds distinct and diverse cultures and communities.
18 - 29 Feb 11:00am 6:00pm
This is a journalistic inquiry into the twisted, just, wicked, and beautiful mind of Rock. With unprecedented access, we follow Rock through the moments in which Rock lives in this otherwise ordinary Rock's extraordinary world. We will leave no stone unturned, but what about the rock?
25 Feb - 14 Mar 11:00am 6:00pm
Artist Clare Nicholson's Epigenetic Maternal Landscapes remakes iconic historical obstetric models and illustrations using conceptual materials to link body–environment relations with maternal lived experiences.
25 - 29 Feb 7:30pm 9:00pm
In a small village somewhere in France, a strange phenomenon is taking place. The townsfolk are turning into rhinoceroses. Written by Eugène Ionesco. Performed by students of the UNSW course ARTS2122: Performance Production
27 Feb 5:30pm 8:00pm
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27 Feb 5:30pm 7:30pm

A conversation with leading artist Khadim Ali on his newly commissioned  site-specific billboard on the exterior of UNSW Galleries, Every War is a Defeat (2019). Born and raised in Pakistan, Khadim Ali’s work is heavily influence by his family’s experience as Hazara refugees, fleeing Taliban persecution in Afghanistan.

3 - 14 Mar 11:00am 6:00pm
Held is a group show exploring tactile affects. Artists Serwah Gyekyewah Attafuah, Angus McGrath, Nolan Ho Wung Murphy, Naomi Segal, Jesse Rye, and Steph Liakos locate themselves as sites of history, intimacy, hope and protest. Touching as they themselves are touched upon.
3 Mar 3:30pm 7:30pm
Join the Institute for Global Development for a conversation on the findings of the Second Edition of the Global Women Peace & Security (WPS) Index, which ranks countries on women's comprehensive wellbeing and analyses trends in gender equality.
4 Mar 6:15pm 9:30pm
Zhizhe Yu proposes that instead of designing tall buildings and cities that are simply the product of necessity, we should use the power of design to create cities unique to their local context.
6 Mar 10:00am 11:30am
An equal world is an enabled world. How will you help forge a gender equal world? Celebrate women's achievement. Raise awareness against bias. Take action for equality.
6 Mar 8:00pm 10:00pm
Grab an Art Month Sydney map and explore the local galleries of Paddington and Woollahra before kicking onto the festival's opening party at UNSW Galleries from 8pm.
9 Mar 6:30pm 7:30pm
How do we stop the internet making bigots of us all?
10 Mar 5:00pm 6:00pm
Join UNSW Art & Design Research Forum and UNSW Galleries for a lecture by UK based conservator, Louise Lawson. This lecture will focus on the documentation and conservation of performance artworks at Tate, exploring the notion of “liveness” within an artwork in an institutional context.
10 Mar 6:30pm 7:30pm
Are we really the masters of our own destiny?
11 Mar 12:30pm 1:30pm
Dr Kate Dunn will share how an exciting new wave of 3D printing technologies and materials is spearheading a more accurate and human-centred design approach to healthcare.

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