Experience ANU

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Historical Image of Taichung Station in Taiwan
28
Jan

Between – Picturing 1950-1960s Taiwan 間: 臺灣五六十年代面影 »

9am–5pm
Politics has had complex effects on the cultural life of Taiwan in the twentieth century. These forty-four works,...
Billie Holiday
05
Apr

The Drill Hall Gallery celebrates Billie Holiday’s 100th birthday »

12–5pm
Billie Holiday will be 100 years old on 7 April, so on 5 April, the last day of the exhibition Freehand – recent works...
07
Apr

Prospects and perspectives on the South China Sea Dispute »

4pm
Prospects of armed conflict over the South China Sea maritime dispute are more real than ever as regional tension has...
Jillian Broadbent
08
Apr

The Dean's Lecture Series - Will she be right? Macro and micro observations on economic policies »

5.30pm
Developing good economic reforms and creating an environment that leads to wide spread community support is difficult...

More ANU events

ANU Anime and Gaming Society
03
Apr

ANU Anime and Gaming Society Friday Screenings »

5–8pm
The ANU Anime Society welcomes all members of the ANU and ACT communities to attend our weekly screening event where we...
13 Beloved
04
Apr

Movie Night-13 Beloved (With English Subtitles) »

7pm
Hey folks, Looking for a way to unwind after all those assessments of term 1? The ASEAN society has a treat in store...
Billie Holiday
05
Apr

The Drill Hall Gallery celebrates Billie Holiday’s 100th birthday »

12–5pm
Billie Holiday will be 100 years old on 7 April, so on 5 April, the last day of the exhibition Freehand – recent works...
L Wetselaar
07
Apr

Ground truthing »

10.30am–5pm
Archaeological sites, materials and collections have long been a fertile source of inspiration for artists. Yet there...
An inquisitive Red Wattlebird
07
Apr

Birdwatching for beginners  »

11am–12pm
Join in for a presentation and short tour around the campus and get to know some common bird species found in ANU. Cost...
Image of globe 3D puzzle
07
Apr

Plausible folk theories: throwing veils of plausibility over zones of ignorance in global governance »

12.30–1.30pm
To justify major enterprises of global lawmaking and regulation, monitoring and surveillance, international...
07
Apr

Prospects and perspectives on the South China Sea Dispute »

4pm
Prospects of armed conflict over the South China Sea maritime dispute are more real than ever as regional tension has...
Malaysia after Hudud: Prospects for Democracy and Moderation
08
Apr

Malaysia after Hudud: Prospects for democracy and moderation »

2–4pm
Abstract On 19 March the Parti Islam (PAS) led administration in Kelantan amended its 1993 hudud act, reaffirming its...
Picture: Hiroshima after the Atomic Bombing by Mauro Bordin
08
Apr

Three minutes to midnight? The state of play of nuclear weapons 2015 »

5.30–7pm
Five years ago hopes were high that the world was at last seriously headed towards nuclear disarmament. By the end of...
Jillian Broadbent
08
Apr

The Dean's Lecture Series - Will she be right? Macro and micro observations on economic policies »

5.30pm
Developing good economic reforms and creating an environment that leads to wide spread community support is difficult...
Paul West, host of River Cottage Australia on Foxtel’s The LifeStyle Channel
08
Apr

Eat, drink and be literary with Paul West (River Cottage Australia) »

5.45–7.30pm
Fifteen years after embarking on his first experiment in downshifting, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall has sown the seed...
Ben Scheele
09
Apr

The impact of chytrid fungus on amphibians  »

1pm
Amphibians are in trouble. The global spread of the highly virulent chytrid fungus has resulted in mass amphibian...
John Higley will speak on the limits on the West
09
Apr

Limits on the West »

4.30–6pm
What can be said about the West's future? Will the political, economic and social resilience that brought the West...
Portrait of author Kate Grenville
09
Apr

ANU/Canberra Times meet the author event with Kate Grenville »

6.30–7.30pm
When Kate Grenville’s mother, Nance Russell, died she left behind many fragments of memoir. These were the starting...
Endangered grassy woodlands
10
Apr

Old Canberra House endangered grassy woodlands tour »

12.30–1.30pm
Grassy woodlands are a nationally endangered ecosystem, and here we have a relatively well preserved example on campus...

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