College of Arts, Law and Education

Events


January

Seeing Voices

A NETS Victoria and Monash University Museum of Art | MUMA touring exhibition

Exhibition  Hobart 

Art of the body: health, beauty & desire

This exhibition explores how the body has inspired artists and scientists to create, invent and discover throughout the ages, from the ancient times to the contemporary day.

Gallery Exhibition  Launceston 

February

Convict Archaeology Exhibition

Discover stories of the past revealed by University of Tasmania students during their recent archaeological excavation.

Exhibition  Hobart 

Art of the body: health, beauty & desire

This exhibition explores how the body has inspired artists and scientists to create, invent and discover throughout the ages, from the ancient times to the contemporary day.

Gallery Exhibition  Launceston 

Intellectual Property Conference

This conference is sponsored by: The Centre for Law and Genetics and The College of Arts, Law and Education, University of Tasmania

Conference  Hobart 

Horizons Series February - Lisa Denny

Dr Lisa Denny will explain workforce polarisation in Tasmania and the role of industry structure by comparing the occupational skill distribution between 2006 and 2016.

Public Lecture  Other 

March

The Humanities Showcase

“Removing ‘Gender’ From Birth Certificates: An Online Discourse Analysis.”

Seminar Series  Sandy Bay 

Pandemic

Gothic pathologies, quarantines, and creative explorations of fear and transmission.

Plimsoll Gallery  Hobart 

Women's Art Prize Tasmania (RANT)

Re-launched in 2018, the prize aims to inspire, facilitate and celebrate the development of professional and emerging women artists in Tasmania.

Gallery Exhibition  Launceston 

April

Rodney Croome: In conversation with Robin Banks

Spokesperson for Tasmanian Gay and Lesbian Rights Group, Rodney Croome speaks with Robin Banks, former Anti-Discrimination Commissioner. This is part of our Engaging Tales of Social Justice Series.

Seminar Series  Hobart 

Women's Art Prize Tasmania (RANT)

Re-launched in 2018, the prize aims to inspire, facilitate and celebrate the development of professional and emerging women artists in Tasmania.

Gallery Exhibition  Launceston 

Alexandra Legg - Cello

Alexandra Legg - Cello Winner of the D&MV McDonald Scholarship

Concert  Hobart 

Plimsoll April School Holiday Workshops

April school holiday program offers young people the opportunity to explore ideas in a series of collaborative, multi-art form workshops

Plimsoll Gallery  Hobart 

Causes of Failure of Jam

An exhibition that brings together six Tasmanian women artists whose work tests the boundaries of fine art and craft practices to respond to the tensions, themes and material practices that characterise Marjorie Bligh’s works and life.

Gallery Exhibition  Launceston 

Pandemic

Gothic pathologies, quarantines, and creative explorations of fear and transmission.

Plimsoll Gallery  Hobart 

Roaming Surfaces

This retrospective will exhibit paintings alongside ceramic works that Professor McGrath produced in the fading months of his life.

Gallery Exhibition  Launceston 

May

Causes of Failure of Jam

An exhibition that brings together six Tasmanian women artists whose work tests the boundaries of fine art and craft practices to respond to the tensions, themes and material practices that characterise Marjorie Bligh’s works and life.

Gallery Exhibition  Launceston 

Roaming Surfaces

This retrospective will exhibit paintings alongside ceramic works that Professor McGrath produced in the fading months of his life.

Gallery Exhibition  Launceston 

Pandemic

Gothic pathologies, quarantines, and creative explorations of fear and transmission.

Plimsoll Gallery  Hobart 

Book Launch | The China Story Yearbook

The Australian Centre on China in the World warmly invites you to attend ‘China’s rise: prosperity, power, and pushback’ panel discussion and the launch of the China Story Yearbook: Power 权势威力

My Favourite Film

An exhibition that explores connections between people and film.

Gallery Exhibition  Launceston 

June

My Favourite Film

An exhibition that explores connections between people and film.

Gallery Exhibition  Launceston 

Art of the body: health, beauty & desire

Supported by the Academy Gallery Exhibition Touring Program.
This exhibition explores how the body has inspired artists and scientists to create, invent and discover throughout the ages, from the ancient times to the contemporary day.

Gallery Exhibition  Hobart 

July

Philosophy Cafe: Launceston

What is the relationship between the 'individual' and the 'collective'?

Seminar Series  Launceston 

Art of the body: health, beauty & desire

Supported by the Academy Gallery Exhibition Touring Program.
This exhibition explores how the body has inspired artists and scientists to create, invent and discover throughout the ages, from the ancient times to the contemporary day.

Gallery Exhibition  Hobart 

August

Healthy Tasmania Community Forum

A free public event for organisations, communities and government to celebrate the achievements of Healthy Tasmania initiatives

Community  Hobart 

Art of the body: health, beauty & desire

Supported by the Academy Gallery Exhibition Touring Program.
This exhibition explores how the body has inspired artists and scientists to create, invent and discover throughout the ages, from the ancient times to the contemporary day.

Gallery Exhibition  Hobart 

Here and Elsewhere

New acquisitions from the UTAS Fine Art Collection

Plimsoll Gallery  Hobart 

September

Here and Elsewhere

New acquisitions from the UTAS Fine Art Collection

Plimsoll Gallery  Hobart 

Art of the body: health, beauty & desire

Supported by the Academy Gallery Exhibition Touring Program.
This exhibition explores how the body has inspired artists and scientists to create, invent and discover throughout the ages, from the ancient times to the contemporary day.

Gallery Exhibition  Hobart 

Object Design 2019 | Earthworks

University Connections Program student design responses to project brief EARTHWORKS.

Gallery Exhibition  Launceston 

October

Object Design 2019 | Earthworks

University Connections Program student design responses to project brief EARTHWORKS.

Gallery Exhibition  Launceston 

Theatre | Cloudstreet

Directed by Melanie Beddie and performed by the graduating class of UTAS’s Bachelor of Contemporary Arts.

Theatre  Launceston 

November

Book Launch | Tourism in Tasmania

A TRENd initiative, supported by the College of Arts, Law and Education and the Institute for the Study of Social Change.

Community  Hobart 

December