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12 - 23 Mar 11:00am 6:00pm

Erotic Engines looks at the unmentioned force of the adult industry in the development of innovative technologies. Through distinct material explorations, each individual artist translates their own unique conversation on the role of the adult industry and its provided exchanges between the real and the virtual.

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16 - 1 Mar 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.

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16 - 1 Mar 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.

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16 - 1 Mar 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.

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23 Mar 12:00pm 1:00pm

Led by UNSW Galleries Public Engagement Officer, Miranda Samuels, these intimate tours of 'Gemma Smith: Rhythm Sequence' utilise the technique of audio description as an access tool for people who are blind or have low vision, and as a medium for experimenting with ideas of language, abstraction and translation.

Sighted companions and guide dogs are welcome. Open to the general public. For questions please contact Miranda Samuels, m.samuels@unsw.edu.au.

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27 Mar 6:00pm 8:30pm

Our world is rapidly changing. What does this mean for Australian children and their future?

Whether you are a parent, educator or practitioner we invite you to join us in celebrating the release of Adrian Piccoli's new publication 12 Ways Your Child Can Get The Best out of School and join us for a panel discussion with some of Australia's most experienced educators, Professor Adrian Piccoli, Professor Kristy Muir and Danielle Cronin. Chaired by Professor Pasi Sahlberg.

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28 Mar 6:00pm 8:30pm

Snips and snails and puppy dogs tails, that's what little boys are made of. 

Sugar and spice and all things nice, that's what little girls are made of...until a band of women came along and changed everything. 

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28 Mar 6:30pm 7:30pm

LOkesh Ghai, artist and designer based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India will give a presentation on his research into traditional garment construction in the Kutch region of Gujarat in western India, a true example of slow fashion. 

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29 Mar 8:15am 3:00pm
Hosted by UNSW Law, UNSW Arts & Social Sciences and the UN Society.
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29 - 31 Mar 5:30pm 8:30pm

How might we use low-cost technologies to address healthcare gaps and improve the management of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) in underserved but emerging markets?

Join us on this 2.5 day Hackathon and help us to create global solutions to global problems.

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2 Apr 6:30pm 8:30pm


What rights, responsibilities, policies and practices does the higher education sector adopt when engaging with students from refugee backgrounds? How do universities navigate a framework where more power is being conceded to anti-immigration, alt-right conservative governments?

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6 Apr 2:00pm 3:00pm

Gemma Smith invites a range of Australian painters to discuss the influence of female abstractionists on the development of their work and the work of artists overlooked in the lineages of abstract painting. Speakers include Christine Dean and Liz Pulie, with more to be announced soon.

Developed in conjunction with 'Gemma Smith: Rhythm Sequence'.

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9 Apr 11:00am 11:00am

Led by UNSW Galleries Public Engagement Officer, Miranda Samuels, these intimate tours of 'Gemma Smith: Rhythm Sequence' utilise the technique of audio description as an access tool for people who are blind or have low vision, and as a medium for experimenting with ideas of language, abstraction and translation.

Sighted companions and guide dogs are welcome. Open to the general public. For questions please contact Miranda Samuels, m.samuels@unsw.edu.au.

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10 Apr 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).

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12 Apr 6:30pm 8:30pm

Join us to celebrate the launch of George (Kev) Dertadian's debut book A Fine Line: Painkillers & Pleasure in an Age of Anxiety at UNSW Bookshop!

Are painkillers mundane medications safe for use to ease human suffering? Or are they drugs of abuse that cause addiction and death? Do they ameliorate pain, or do they cause it?

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16 Apr 9:00am 4:00pm
Do you want to shape future cities to improve people’s lives?
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16 Apr 6:00pm 8:30pm

There is a war on truth. And the liars are winning.

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17 Apr 12:00pm 1:00pm
One of the most controversial aspects of the rise of intelligent machines is the development of ‘lethal autonomous weapon systems’. Is there any way to responsibly manage their risks and benefits, or is now the time to ban 'killer robots'?
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18 Apr 9:00am 4:00pm
Do you want to shape future cities to improve people’s lives?
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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).

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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.

Watch and listen to the best of our past events right here