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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...
Photo: blokbojonegoro.com. Sent by: Lutfy Funny
06
Jul

Transmission and Transformation: Reception of Al-Quran in a non-Arabic Speaking Community in Indonesia »

11am–12.30pm
Al-Qur’an is the primary source of Muslim teachings and is believed to be universal across time and space. It was...
Professor Jane Ching
10
Jul

Legal professions and professional legal education in England and Wales »

2pm
This session will cover the shape of the legal services sector in England and Wales, including the alternative business...

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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...
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...
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...
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...
Drill Hall Gallery
05
Jul

The Fabulous Adventure of Cubism: Lecture 1 Picasso's Spanish beginnings »

3pm
Between 1908 and 1914, Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque were inseparable. These two great artists forged a style in...
Photo: blokbojonegoro.com. Sent by: Lutfy Funny
06
Jul

Transmission and Transformation: Reception of Al-Quran in a non-Arabic Speaking Community in Indonesia »

11am–12.30pm
Al-Qur’an is the primary source of Muslim teachings and is believed to be universal across time and space. It was...
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...
Graffiti by urban artists Daniel Cortez AKA “El Decertor” and Elliot Tupac in Lima, Peru. Photo: distorsionurbana.blogspot.com.
07
Jul

Children born of war in Peru and Guatemala »

2pm
Children born of wartime violence are a neglected group of war-affected children. Their access to children’s rights is...
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...
Image by Martin Falbisoner; licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons
10
Jul

International law's ban on torture: can a super-norm survive pervasive violations? »

10–11am
In December 2014 the US government released the Senate Intelligence Committee Report on Torture, which revealed...

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