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19 – 20 Apr 12.30pm 6.15pm
Book now for a guided tour, hosted by Arc, of the Women's Trail on the University of New South Wales Kensington campus. Spaces are limited!
3 May 6.15pm 8.00pm
How technology will change what lawyers do and how legal services are delivered.
3 May 6.30pm 7.30pm
Are you thinking of studying law at UNSW? Join us online to hear about the Law Admission Test (LAT)!
12 May – 30 Jul 10.00am 5.00pm
This survey exhibition brings together 10 years of practice and key examples of James Tylor's acclaimed daguerreotype and digital photographs in installations that incorporate the artist’s handmade objects and wall treatments.
23 May 2.00pm 3.30pm
Sydney Writers' Festival | In Conversation with the Winners of the NSW Premier’s History Awards 2022.
24 May 6.30pm 7.45pm
Sydney Writers' Festival | In a world where our value is often determined by our productivity and busyness, doing nothing may be our most important form of resistance.
25 May 11.00am 11.45am
Sydney Writers' Festival | World-leading AI expert and Machines Behaving Badly author Toby Walsh delivers a Curiosity Lecture on the ethical considerations and unexpected consequences that new technologies pose in the world. 
25 – 28 May 12.00pm 4.30pm
Sydney Writers' Festival | Come and meet our festival guests as they unfold their beginnings in five-minute readings.
25 May 1.00pm 1.45pm
Sydney Writers' Festival | Author and English Professor Brigitta Olubas shares insight into Shirley Hazzard, her illuminating biography of one of Australia’s greatest ever novelists.
25 May 5.00pm 6.00pm
Sydney Writers' Festival | In the wake of flood, fire, plague and ChatGPT, Joëlle Gergis, Norman Swan, and Toby Walsh consider what shocks lie ahead and how we can prepare. With host Julianne Schultz.
26 May 11.00am 11.45am
Sydney Writers' Festival | When you have been navigating the world with an invisible disability like autism or ADHD, what does it mean to put a label on it?
26 May 1.00pm 1.45pm
Sydney Writers' Festival | World-leading epidemiologist Raina MacIntyre examines pandemics through the lens of history and how we can navigate the new frontiers of biosecurity.
26 May 7.30pm 8.30pm
Sydney Writers' Festival | Booker Prize-winning author Shehan Karunatilaka, acclaimed playwright S. Shakthidharan, and novelist Shankari Chandran discuss the ripple effects of the Sri Lankan Civil War in the cultural canon and their own storytelling with Roanna Gonsalves.
27 May 10.00am 11.00am
Sydney Writers' Festival | Comedian Tom Ballard, writer Alison Pennington team up to examine why Millennials and Gen Z are getting such a raw deal and what can be done about it, alongside economist Richard Holden. With host Jessica Irvine.

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