College of Arts, Law and Education

Events


January

February

March

April

May

Philosophy Cafe: Launceston

What is the connection between ethics and aesthetics? Are they one and the same?


Royal Oak Hotel, Launceston

Composers' Forum

Hear performances of new works by Conservatorium composers, and a chance to talk to the composers about their music.

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

TAS Hot Topic: The Ethical Principal

Researching how principals respond to ethical dilemmas has raised many questions around the ethics of contemporary school leadership.

Hobart 
Guildford Young College, 94 Barrack St, HOBART TAS 7000

Island Brass Academy presents John Foster

The Island Brass Academy proudly presents a recital of fine baroque music (performed on period instruments) featuring renowned baroque trumpet soloist, John Foster

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

Pianos in Stereo

A unique concert featuring works composed for four, six and eight hands

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

Chamber Ensembles

Presenting ensembles from the Conservatorium's Classical stream

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

Artrage 2016 Collection

Works by 101 students from 2016’s years 11 and 12, from 21 colleges around the state are represented

Community  Hobart 
Tasmanian College of the Arts, Centre for the Arts, Hunter Street, Hobart

Nick Haywood Trio

Join us for a live performance of the Nick Haywood Trio’s new Jazzhead release, “Many Rivers”.

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

June

Artrage 2016 Collection

Works by 101 students from 2016’s years 11 and 12, from 21 colleges around the state are represented

Community  Hobart 
Tasmanian College of the Arts, Centre for the Arts, Hunter Street, Hobart

MaxMantis

Marvel meets DC meets Jazz: This constitutes the trio MaxMantis

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

Public Lecture | The Refugees Paradox

Dr Jen Couch, Senior Lecturer in Youth Work, Australian Catholic University


The Stanley Burbury Theatre, University Centre, University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay campus

July

SEMINAR | Gender and the Unthinkable

Associate Professor Natalie Stoljar, McGill University, Canada


Room 210, Social Science Building, Sandy Bay campus Video-linked to X117 on Newnham campus

August

Oasis: Supersonic

A special presentation by the Conservatorium of Music at the State Cinema

Community  Hobart 
State Cinema, 375 Elizabeth Street, North Hobart

House & Home

Taster Lecture Series | Dr Malcom Bywaters, University of Tasmania

Presenter(s):

  • Dr Malcom Bywaters

Inveresk 
The Rory Spence VOS Construction Lecture Theatre, Architecture Building, University of Tasmania, lnveresk Campus

AMEB Candidates in Concert

featuring students who have achieved outstanding results in 6th grade and above AMEB examinations

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

Pop Up - Kids Dig!

Dive into the science of archaeology for National Science Week

Burnie 
The Makers’ Space Gallery, Makers’ Workshop, 2-4 Bass Highway, Burnie

September

Southern Colleges and UTAS Wind Ensemble

The Southern Colleges and UTAS Wind Ensemble is a collaborative ensemble, comprising students from Elizabeth, Hobart, Claremont, and Rosny Colleges and the UTAS Conservatorium of Music.

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

Oceanic Cultures and Connections Research Day

Writing the sea: historicising the Southern Ocean
Dr Joy McCann, Centre for Environmental History, Australian National University


IMAS Flex Space 20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point

Enacting the Curriculum

A Narrative Approach

Other 
Launceston: NH.A221c.Video, Hobart: SB.Hytten325.Video, Cradle Coast: CC.B.159 Video

SEMINAR | Truth and Persuasion

Professor A.C. Grayling, Master of the New College of the Humanities and Supernumerary Fellow of St Anne’s College Oxford


"Harvard" Room 1, Centenary Building, Sandy Bay campus Video-linked to Lecture Theater 2 on A-block, Newnham campus

Public forum | The Future of Journalism

A panel event on the Future of Journalism, co-hosted by the Tasmanian Writers & Readers Festival


Dechaineux Theatre, University of Tasmania Art School, Hunter St, Hobart

Video as Method

A presentation by visiting scholar Associate Professor Anne Harris

Other 
Hytten Hall: SB.AW31.L03.325, Newnham: NH. BF24.l01.221C, Cradle Coast: MR.AK07.L01.159

TASTER LECTURE SERIES | What creates wellbeing?

Dr Kim McLeod, Sociology, School of Social Sciences, University of Tasmania


The Rory Spence VOS Construction Lecture Theatre Architecture Building, University of Tasmania, Inveresk Campus

Experimental Music Ensemble

Concerto for Coffee Cups | A concert of freshly-roasted new music topped with Cage, Wolff and Saunders

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

October

The Future of Work in Tasmania

Explore how new technology, workplace change and consumer demands might impact the future of work.


Stanley Burbury Theatre, University Centre, Sandy Bay campus

Vanishing Point

An Art / Science Collaboration and Exhibition on the Impact of Microplastics in our Oceans

Exhibition  Hobart 
IMAS Gallery, 20 Castray Esp, Battery Point, Hobart

November

Students as Examiners

Crowd-sourced exam preparation. Presentation by Dr Paul Denny

Other 
Education Video Conference Rooms: Newnham: A221c, Hobart: H325, Cradle Coast: A119

Public Lecture | Cosplay

Emerald L King, Lecturer in Japanese, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Visiting Scholar School of Humanities and Asia Institute Tasmania


Vanishing Point

An Art / Science Collaboration and Exhibition on the Impact of Microplastics in our Oceans

Exhibition  Hobart 
IMAS Gallery, 20 Castray Esp, Battery Point, Hobart

Broken Bodies

A collaborative exhibition based on narratives collected as part of the TAS Infant Feeding Study (2012)

Exhibition  Hobart 
Plimsoll Gallery

December

Broken Bodies

A collaborative exhibition based on narratives collected as part of the TAS Infant Feeding Study (2012)

Exhibition  Hobart 
Plimsoll Gallery

Philosophy Cafe: Launceston

What is the connection between ethics and aesthetics? Are they one and the same?


Royal Oak Hotel, Launceston