College of Arts, Law and Education

Events


January

February

Active Transport Candidate Forums

A series of candidate forums exploring parties' policies around active transport ahead of the March 3 Tasmanian election


Launceston, Ulverstone, Hobart,

March

Public lecture | The East Timor Eye Project

A/Prof Nitin Verma AM,Head of the Dept of Ophthalmology at the Royal Hobart Hospital, a Clinical Associate Professor at the School of Medicine, University of Tasmania.


"Complex Trauma"

Northern Early Years Group and friends invite you to join them for a conversation about Complex Trauma


Public Lecture Theatre 5,
Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre,
University of Tasmania Newnham Campus
Mowbray

April

Forum | mapali local international

Celebrating 500 years of creative engagement between Aboriginal and Muslim people in Australia


Harvard Lecture Room 1, Centenary Building, University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay campus

May

Philosophy Cafe: Launceston

Democracy, technocracy and meritocracy are different ways of making decisions within, or distributing the resources of, a society. What system should we use?

Seminar Series  Launceston 
Royal Oak Hotel on Brisbane Street in Launceston

Tourism Tracer Industry Forum

An industry-focused lunchtime forum on Tasmania's world-first Tourism Tracer project

Hobart 
Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS), Castray Esplanade, Hobart

WATCH ONLINE | Australians of the Year

Watch online via livestream. An event for school students featuring Australians of the Year.


Watch online https://livestream.com/UniversityofTasmania

June

Improving the health of Northern Tasmanians

Our Research Themes draw together our rich multi-disciplinary expertise. Come join this forum of speakers from our Better Health Research Theme.


Rory Spence-VOS Construction Lecture Theatre, Inveresk campus

Dark [Other] Times

Due to environmental issues which have arisen as a result of recent flooding, the below event has had to be closed.Is our present moment one of rupture, rapture, or revulsion?

Exhibition  Hobart 
Plimsoll Gallery

Panopticon II | Dark Mofo

Curated by John Vella and presented by Dark Mofo and the School of Creative Arts, University of Tasmania.

Community  Hobart 
Centre for the Arts, Hunter Street Campus, Hobart

LAUNCESTON EVENT | Peak Tourism? Managing Tasmania's tourism growth

This discussion will consider what sustainable tourism means for Tasmania, where the pressure points of tourism growth lie, and how these should be managed. Refreshments from 5:30pm


VOS-Rory Spence Lecture Theatre, School of Architecture and Design, Inveresk campus

July

Friday Seminar | Child Friendly Youth Justice

A Social Sciences and Institute for the Study of Social Change seminar presented by visiting scholar Professor Jo Phoenix


Room 322, Social Sciences Building, Sandy Bay campus

David Edgar - PhD examination

An exhibition that critically interrogates Husserl’s phenomenologic theory of conscious experience, and applies it in new practical ways in the field of drawing.

Exhibition  Hobart 
Plimsoll Gallery

Workshop | Polar Histories

The College of Arts, Law and Education in partnership with the University of Sydney Laureate Research Program in International History, present an 'International Thinking' Collaboration Workshop

Workshop  Hobart 
Aurora Lecture Theatre, IMAS, Castray Esplanade, Battery Point

The Car Show

Academy Gallery exhibition presented in partnership with the University of Tasmania Collections Project and School of Engineering.
Exhibition opening Monday 27 August, 6-8pm
Opening guest speaker: Professor Rufus Black, Vice - Chancellor, University of Tasmania

Gallery Exhibition  Launceston 
Academy Gallery, Inveresk

August

Family History Talk

A National Family History Month talk with course coordinator Dr Kristyn Harman and graduate Caroline Haigh.

Seminar  Hobart 
Hobart Library, The Hub, Level 2, 91 Murray St

Ron Wilson - MFA examination

This ensemble of nine paintings, engages with the migrant narrative of the members of the popular Hobart band, at a moment suspended between nostalgia for a past homeland

Exhibition  Hobart 
Plimsoll Gallery

The Car Show

Academy Gallery exhibition presented in partnership with the University of Tasmania Collections Project and School of Engineering.
Exhibition opening Monday 27 August, 6-8pm
Opening guest speaker: Professor Rufus Black, Vice - Chancellor, University of Tasmania

Gallery Exhibition  Launceston 
Academy Gallery, Inveresk

September

The Car Show

Academy Gallery exhibition presented in partnership with the University of Tasmania Collections Project and School of Engineering.
Exhibition opening Monday 27 August, 6-8pm
Opening guest speaker: Professor Rufus Black, Vice - Chancellor, University of Tasmania

Gallery Exhibition  Launceston 
Academy Gallery, Inveresk

Navigating the News | Conference

A two day conference that explores the public’s declining trust in the media, the response of news organisations and media literacy responses.

Conference  Hobart 
Centre for the Creative Arts, Hunter Street, Hobart

Navigating the News

A two day conference that explores the public’s declining trust in the media, the response of news organisations and media literacy responses.

Hobart 
Centre for the Creative Arts, Hunter Street, Hobart

Social Sciences Week Seminar | Code-Switching Selves

A Social Sciences Week Seminar with Dr Son Vivienne, Post-Doctoral Researcher at Creative Agency and the Digital Ethnography Research Centre, RMIT


Hobart - Physics 218 Immersive Room, Sandy Bay, plus other venues as below

Auróra Musis Amíca

The Southern Colleges and UTAS Wind Ensemble with the Royal Australian Air Force Band

Concert  Hobart 
Conservatorium Recital Hall; 5 Sandy Bay Road, Hobart

Jacob Cordover, classical guitar

In this enchanting program, international artist Jacob Cordover showcases the expressive nature of the guitar and its power to tell stories.Includes works by Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Houghton, and Losy

Concert  Hobart 
Conservatorium Recital Hall; 5 Sandy Bay Road, Hobart

World History and the Tasman Sea

This lecture is supported by the Oceanic Cultures and Connections Research Cluster and the Marine, Antarctic and Maritime Research Theme

Public Lecture  Hobart 
Aurora Lecture Theatre, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point

Public lecture | Chinese Non-verbal Communication

Presented by Associate Professor Min Zhou, College of Foreign Languages, China Jiliang University, Hangzhou.


Harvard Lecture Room 1, Centenary Building, University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay campus

Systematic

An exhibition showcasing eight Australian artists whose works engage with the creative potential of systems to critique, re-imagine or re-invent their workings

Exhibition  Hobart 
Plimsoll Gallery

October

Octopus Aesthetics Symposium

This multidisciplinary symposium brings researchers from UTAS, Germany and elsewhere in Australia to open up a dialogue on a fascinating and complex animal - the octopus.

Symposium  Hobart 
Dechaineux Lecture Theatre, Centre for the Arts | Hunter Street

Oz Jazz Small Big Band

The Oz Jazz Small Big Band is the latest and greatest from the UTAS Conservatorium.

Concert  Hobart 
Conservatorium Recital Hall; 5 Sandy Bay Road, Hobart

Systematic

An exhibition showcasing eight Australian artists whose works engage with the creative potential of systems to critique, re-imagine or re-invent their workings

Exhibition  Hobart 
Plimsoll Gallery

November

December