Experience ANU

Featured events

Workshop participants, Manila, 14-24 Oct 2014
30
Jun

Can the Philippines build a just peace in Mindanao? »

12.30–1.30pm
The Philippines is often seen as a democratic corner of South East Asia and Filipino lawyers are proud of the...
For more details: http://www.anu.edu.au/events/kirsten-coelho-%E2%80%93-in-the-falling-light
03
Jul

Artist Kirsten Coelho talks with curator Karen O'Clery »

12pm
Kirsten Coelho, prominent contemporary Australian ceramicist, recently won the Sidney Myer Ceramic Award and her work...
For more details: http://www.anu.edu.au/events/here-i-give-thanks-john-r-walker-recent-works
04
Jul

Artist John R Walker talks with curator Glenn Barkley »

2pm
John R Walker will discuss with curator Glenn Barkley his on-going investigation of the landscapes of the Shoalhaven...
Front cover of 'No Small Change'
16
Jul

ANU/The Canberra Times meet the author event with Frank Brennan »

6pm
From one of the leading thinkers of our time comes a landmark book on the case for constitutional reform - No Small...

More ANU events

Floating Life
01
Jul

Floating Life 浮生 »

5.30–7.30pm
Directed by Clara Law 1996, 96 mins, Australia Cantonese and English, with English subtitles Mr Chan and his wife...
Waugh portrait
02
Jul

‘A secret house’: Waugh’s private library »

1–2pm
One of the twentieth century’s most strident satirists, Evelyn Waugh (1903-1966) was also a determined book collector,...
John Evans
02
Jul

The long-term and large-scale effects of the establishment of an exotic plantation on species of native forest beetles and butterflies  »

1pm
The influence of the land type between patches of remnant vegetation on species' survival is now widely...
Frank Fenner Building
02
Jul

Inspiring mainstream commitment to a life-sustaining future »

5.30pm
If we are to solve global warming and other major issues, those of us who care must to something different. Hopefully...
For more details: http://www.anu.edu.au/events/kirsten-coelho-%E2%80%93-in-the-falling-light
03
Jul

Artist Kirsten Coelho talks with curator Karen O'Clery »

12pm
Kirsten Coelho, prominent contemporary Australian ceramicist, recently won the Sidney Myer Ceramic Award and her work...
John R Walker, Six Days at Bundanon and I Give Thanks to Boyd, 2001 (detail), oil on canvas, courtesy of the artist and Utopia Gallery, Sydney
03
Jul

Here I Give Thanks... John R Walker: Recent works »

12–5pm
Here I give thanks… is the subtitle of this exhibition. It brings together a group of John R Walker’s works inspired by...
Kirsten Coelho, Cannister Bottle Cup, 2014, porcelain, glaze and iron oxide, Courtesy the artist and Narek Galleries, Tanja
03
Jul

Kirsten Coelho – In the falling light »

12–5pm
In the Falling Light is the Drill Hall Gallery’s contribution to the 2015 Australian Ceramics Triennal exhibition...
New Zealand Guitar Quartet
03
Jul

New Zealand Guitar Quartet »

7.30pm
“nothing less than extraordinary” ~ Motueka Music Society “technical brilliance and emotional depth” ~ Christchurch...
For more details: http://www.anu.edu.au/events/here-i-give-thanks-john-r-walker-recent-works
04
Jul

Artist John R Walker talks with curator Glenn Barkley »

2pm
John R Walker will discuss with curator Glenn Barkley his on-going investigation of the landscapes of the Shoalhaven...
Illustrated light bulbs
07
Jul

Innovation Month Summit »

The Innovation Summit will interweave dynamic speakers with creative lateral thinking exercises and audience...
Image of humpys and 4WDs in the bush.
07
Jul

Bawinanga: the life, and near death, of a major Aboriginal organisation »

12.30–1.30pm
This work-in-progress research was originally undertaken for a workshop ‘Corruption, inter-culturality and moral...
Photo of Philip Rees
07
Jul

Ethnic population projections for the UK and local areas, 2011-2101: A second chance to get them right »

2.30–3.30pm
This paper outlines a model for projecting the ethnic group populations of local authorities in the United Kingdom (UK...
Professor Takashi Shiraishi
07
Jul

Japan’s evolving national security policy: Implications for the region »

5.30–7pm
What are the implications of Japan’s evolving national security policy for the Indo-Pacific region? Professor Takashi...
Night time skyline
09
Jul

2015 China update: book launch  »

6–7.30pm
The China Economy Program at Crawford School, in collaboration with the Rio Tinto-ANU China Partnership, will launch...
IMAGE
10
Jul

2015 China Update: China's domestic transformation in a global context »

9am–5pm
In collaboration with the Rio Tinto–ANU China Partnership, the China Economy Program presents the fifteenth China...

Pages