Monthly Archives: August 2018
This exhibition showcases the best photography of the natural heritage of the Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica, and New Guinea bioregions. At the SA Museum.
When: 24 August – 11 November
Where: SA Museum
How much: $$10 General Admission, $7 concession
More info: See the exhibition website
Coming this Friday to the uni’s next-door neighbour, the SA Art Gallery: an exhibition of Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota’s elaborate string constructions, as part of the OzAsia Festival. Free entry.
When: Friday 24 August – Sunday 28 October 2018
Where: Art Gallery of South Australia
How much: Free entry
More info: See the Art Gallery website.
Bring a book you loved. Take the book you’ll love next. Join us on Thursday, 23 August from 12.30-2 in Hub Central, Level 4, for the Writing Centre’s first annual Book Swap! Bring as many books as you like and swap them out for new ones. This event is open to all students and staff.
When: Thursday 23 […]
One of Australia’s best known and most popular fundraising events, Daffodil Day (named for the yellow daffodil flower) raises money for research by the Australian Cancer Council. You can buy a daffodil and donate to this important research.
Read more information, including where you can buy a daffodil, at the website.
Attention Malaysian students – are you looking for graduate positions or internships? Or maybe want to know more about the industry or the organization that might interest you? Expand your network at the GRADUAN-MASCA Australia Career Fair 2018.
When and where: 29 September (Melbourne), 3 October (Sydney)
More info: See the website
Come and join the Student Life – Counselling Support’s free meditation sessions to relax, recharge, and learn simple skills to help with stress management and boosting study performance.
While meditation is an ancient practice, it has had a huge upswing in popularity in recent years, due to its far-reaching benefits in health, healing and general happiness. […]
O Canada! Land of poutine, toques, and Wayne Gretzky. The next Language and Cultural Engagement social night will celebrate all things Canuck.
Please note: This event is now fully booked. However, if you do not have a ticket, you may still be able to attend. Since some people who book tickets don’t show up for the event, there […]
Each week, we interview someone from around Adelaide who might be helpful during your time as an international student. This week’s guest:
Sergeant Peter Winter, Community Engagement Sergeant
South Australian Police (SAPOL)
What sorts of crimes should international students be aware of?
They should be aware of all types of crimes. The point is not to become complacent and […]
Each year the Hutt Street Centre asks people to show their support for people facing homelessness by experiencing what it is like on a cold, winter’s morning to walk one mile to find something to eat, a hot cup of tea or coffee , and a friendly face.
When: Friday 10 August, 7.00am for a 7.30am […]