Monthly Archives: February 2016
ArtSense is hosting Art and Imagination in San Francisco, on April 2-3 2016. The workshop will consider the role of metaphors, tropes and images in shaping experience and guiding action. Further information is available here. ArtSense is an ARC funded project that aims to explore the foundations of personal experience, so as to understand the possibility of community in the context […]
The Discipline of Geography, Environment and Population works in partnership with the School of Architecture to teach the Master of Urban Planning.
When Professor Ghil’ad Zuckermann stopped at the very top of Shwesandaw Pagoda to admire the view of the Bagan’s hundreds of temples and pagodas on his way to Mandalay, Burma (Myanmar), he didn’t expect to meet one of his former students. ‘Professor Zuckermann!’ ‘Yes’ he says (wondering who this person is) ‘I was your student’ (‘But […]
“As crowd chatter quietened and he stepped up to the mic it brought me to a new, yet incredibly familiar place. Louis was in his element channelling Buckley, a hauntingly beautiful performance.” Adelaide singer/songwriter and University of Adelaide student Louis Donnarumma returns to the Adelaide Fringe in 2016 with his new show ‘Grace’, a tribute to […]
The first English and Creative Writing Seminar for 2016 will feature the J.M. Coetzee Writing Fellow for 2015, Cath Kenneally, as well as PhD candidate, Henry Pruncken. Friday March 4, 3:00-5:00 pm, Room 618, Napier ALL WELCOME Cath Kenneally, “Home and Away” A great deal of my writing seems to flutter around ideas of place, […]