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9 Mar 6:30pm 7:30pm
How do we stop the internet making bigots of us all?
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6 Mar 6:00pm 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.
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24 Oct 8:00pm 10:00pm

 

Holly HARRISON | New work (2020)

Dmitry SHOSTAKOVICH | Piano Quintet in G minor Op.57 (1940)

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN | Kakadu Variations Op. 121a (1803)

Jean FRANÇAIX | Dixtuor (1987)

Geoffrey Collins, flute; David Griffiths, clarinet; Dene Olding, violin; Dimity Hall, violin; Irina Morozova, viola; Julian Smiles, cello; and Ian Munro, piano

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15 Aug 8:00pm 10:00pm

Carl VINE | Café Concertino (1984)

Jean FRANÇAIX | Sixtuor (1992)

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN | String Trio Op.9 no.1 (1797-98)

Johannes BRAHMS | Horn Trio in E flat, Op.40 (1865)

 

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

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18 Apr 8:00pm 10:00pm


Louise FARRENC | Trio for flute, cello and piano Op. 45 (1857)

Béla BARTÓK | Contrasts (1938)

Ross EDWARDS | Incantations for wind quintet (1985 rev. 2006)

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN | Piano Trio Op.70 no.2 (1808)

 

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

with guest artists Elizabeth Layton, violin; Paul Stender, cello; Huw Jones, oboe; Robert Johnson, horn; and Andrew Barnes, bassoon

 

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26 Sep 8:00pm 10:00pm

 

Kevin PUTS | And Legions Will Rise (2001)

Peter SCULTHORPE | Dream Tracks (1992)

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN | Sonata no.3 in A major for cello and piano, Op.69 (1808)

Robert SCHUMANN | Piano Quartet in E flat Op.47 (1842)

 

David Griffiths, clarinet; Ian Munro, piano; Dimity Hall, violin; Irina Morozova, viola; and Julian Smiles, cello

with guest artist Alison Pratt, marimba

 

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30 May 8:00pm 10:00pm

 

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN | Quintet in E flat Op.16 for piano and winds (1796)

Ralph VAUGHAN WILLIAMS | On Wenlock Edge (1909)

Paul STANHOPE | Songs for the Shadowland (1999)

Ludwig van BEETHOVEN | String quartet in E minor, Op.59 no.2 (1810)

 

David Griffiths, clarinet; Ian Munro, piano; Dene Olding, violin; Dimity Hall, violin; Irina Morozova, viola; and Julian Smiles, cello

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14 Mar 8:00pm 10:00pm
Join us for a concert by The Australia Ensemble, a chamber music ensemble resident at UNSW.
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5 Mar 6:30pm 7:30pm
What will become of democracy in a world powered by tech?
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25 - 14 Feb 11:00am 6:00pm

Join us at Kudos Gallery on Tuesday 25 February for the launch of 'Epigenetic Maternal Landscapes' solo exhibition by Clare Nicholson.

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18 Mar 6:30pm 7:30pm
Being a creative person isn't as hard as you may think. Learn the simple tools to transform an idea into something extraordinary.
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3 - 5 Apr 12:00pm 5:30pm
Danger is in sight.
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10 Feb 5:30pm 8:30pm

Connecting and fostering the entrepreneurial ecosystem to discover the startups disrupting the legal sector.

UNSW Law and The Allens Hub for Technology, Law & Innovation are proud to host the Australian round of the Global Legaltech Venture Day – a worldwide competition to discover the startups disrupting the legal sector. 

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4 Apr 1:00pm 3:00pm

Members of the family, in partnership with IVI designs, offer an open and interactive learning space where participants can gather to learn from each other through the creation of smaller works on bark cloth.

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17 - 18 Jan 10:00am 5:00pm

This special project features a ngatu (painted bark cloth tapestry) created in Tonga and New Caledonia by artist and curator Ruha Fifita with help from friends and family, and a second one made collaboratively with her extended family in Vaimalo and Aotearoa New Zealand. These remarkable works represent the critical role of fibre arts in Pacific culture, ceremony and community life, as well as honouring intergenerational learning.

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20 Feb 6:00pm 8:00pm
Professor Martina Stenzel was awarded the 2018 Archibald Liversidge Medal by the Royal Society of New South Wales. Join us for her lecture on 'The journey from simple polymers to nano-footballs'.
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21 - 18 Mar 10:00am 5:00pm

In this exhibition Samuel Hodge draws on his twenty-year archive of artistic practice to present an ambiguous and unpredictable installation in which disparate elements interrupt and collide with misaligned ‘official’ histories. In ‘The Wit of the Staircase’, Hodge considers the imponderability of a body of work that possesses his imagination and, at the same time, offers the audience endless points of access within its staged narratives.

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23 Jan 6:00pm 7:00pm

A conversation between artist Shivanjani Lal and poet Manisha Anjali. Together they will discuss the experiences of diaspora, tracing a thread from India, across the Pacific to Australia, uncovering the many layers that inform these histories. The artists will also consider the importance of language, specifically Fijian Hindi, and how this significant component of culture shapes their creative practices.

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17 - 14 Jan 10:00am 5:00pm

Shivanjani Lal is a twice-removed Fijian Indian Australian artist who works with archival images, found materials, video, performance and ritual. Her work explores the indentured labour diaspora of the Indian and Pacific Oceans and the histories that brought her family from India to Fiji and now to Australia.

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26 Mar 6:00pm 7:00pm

Learn more about two new exhibitions by Sydney artists Skye Wagner and Samuel Hodge in a conversation between the artists and independent curator Abigail Moncrieff. ‘Skye Wagner: Opacity Shift’ and ‘Samuel Hodge: The Wit of the Staircase’ are on view at UNSW Galleries Courtyard Gallery from 21 March 18 April 2020.

WHEN: THURSDAY 26 MARCH 2020
WHERE: UNSW GALLERIES

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21 - 18 Mar 10:00am 5:00pm

Skye Wagner’s photographs explore the circulation and digital malleability of contemporary images. Made from physical objects and printed imagery, they mix vernacular photographic tropes, commodity goods and cultural fragments. The original images and objects are released from their prescribed function and become part of an unruly network that moves throughout works in the exhibition. Animals, food, body parts and consumer products all form incongruous relations.

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