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Mon 18 July 2016 Music Auditions: Kuala Lumpur

Undergraduate and Postgraduate: Singapore Auditions The University of Adelaide is consistently ranked among the top 1% of universities in the world. Established in 1874, it is Australia’s third oldest university and is a member of the prestigious Group of Eight research-intensive universities. The Elder Conservatorium of Music is one of Australia’s oldest and most distinguished music schools. Date: Monday 18 July 2016 Time: […]

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Sat 16 July 2016 Music Auditions: Singapore

Undergraduate and Postgraduate: Singapore Auditions The University of Adelaide is consistently ranked among the top 1% of universities in the world. Established in 1874, it is Australia’s third oldest university and is a member of the prestigious Group of Eight research-intensive universities. The Elder Conservatorium of Music is one of Australia’s oldest and most distinguished music schools. Date: Saturday 16 July 2016 Venue: […]

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NEW Open Online Course: Music Technology Foundations

The University of Adelaide launches free online music technology course The University of Adelaide, through its massive open online course (MOOC) division, AdelaideX, has developed a free online music technology course, Music Technology Foundations – Musonic101x. This course is ideal for high school students looking to build their music skills with a view to a […]

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Help build Australia’s future – apply now for the John Monash Scholarships

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN FOR THE PRESTIGIOUS JOHN MONASH SCHOLARSHIPS Up to $195,000 over three years If you’re a final year student, considering postgraduate studies, the John Monash Scholarships offer an exciting way to broaden your life experience while you extend your study program. You can apply for a John Monash Scholarship by going online […]

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Do you know a High School student with a passion for writing?

 The University’s Creative Writing Competition is now open! Please share the word to South Australian High School students. Submissions can be on any topic the student chooses, as long as it’s no longer than 1500 words. This year’s first place prize is an Apple iPad Mini! The competition closes 5pm Monday 18 July 2016. Learn more […]

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Seminar Friday 17 June: “Thinking through Shit in The Childhood of Jesus”

In this seminar, Professor Jennifer Rutherford will explore why shit matters in The Childhood of Jesus and how, through the matter of shit, J.M. Coetzee interrogates us moderns, safely ensconced in our private water closets and washed clean of our pasts. Friday 17 June, 3.00pm – 5.00pm, Room 618, Napier Building

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Public Lecture: An Intellectual Justification of Unhappiness: Beckett’s Aesthetic War on the Theodicies

Professor Andrew Gibson (Royal Holloway, University of London) will give an public lecture titled “An Intellectual Justification of Unhappiness: Beckett’s Aesthetic War on the Theodicies”, examining the political and intellectual implications of the Irish writer’s famous pessimism. This lecture will argue that we should place Beckett in an ancient tradition that runs through a succession […]

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Inaugural APRA-AMCOS Art Music Fund Award: Dan Thorpe

Congratulations to Elder Conservatorium of Music student Dan Thorpe who is the only South Australian recipient of an inaugural APRA-AMCOS Art Music Fund Award for art music composers. Ten awards were made from over 100 applications. The APRA-AMCOS Art Music Fund, with a prize pool of $100,000, was established to provide much-needed support for classical, […]

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‘The Fred Johns Scholarship for Biography’ 2016 Recipient: Aidan Coleman

Congratulations to PhD Candidate Aidan Coleman, for being awarded The Fred Johns Scholarship for Biography. With this Scholarship, Aidan will research and prepare a biography about the late Australian poet John Forbes. When asked why he chose this topic for his biography Aidan says, many poets and critics now regard John Forbes as Australia’s most gifted […]

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