The Academy Gallery is delighted to exhibit Lost in a Forest which showcase the talents of the artisans based at Burnie’s Makers’ Workshop.
Join ABC Radio Hobart and Dark Mofo for an exclusive free preview event for Dark + Dangerous Thoughts 2019.
- Laura Kroetsch - Program Director, Dark + Dangerous Thoughts
- Ginger Gorman - Social Justice Journalist
- Shannon Burns - Writer of fiction, essay & review
- Facilitated by Ryk Goddard - ABC Radio Hobart Breakfast
The Philosophy Café is a regular opportunity for members of the Launceston community to meet and discuss, in some depth, a philosophical topic.
Where does the knowledge of the palawa kani language come from? And can it ever be a ‘living’ language, one that is used in daily life?
This talk shares the evolution of the Indigenous Peoples’ Education (IPEd) program of the Philippine government.
- Professor Wilfredo Vidal Alangui
Free drop-in workshops for Cradle Coast communities, as part of the 2019 Artist in Residence Program
- Maja Godlewska
- Marek Ranis
- Hingor Chung, Department of Education
As part of the Australian Dementia Forum 2019, you are invited to participate in a exciting free public information session: Brain Health and Dementia Risk. Hear from national and international experts covering topics including: sleep, physical activity, brain training, family history and blood pressure.
A reception to celebrate the University of Tasmania with our alumni and friends in Shanghai.
A reception to celebrate the University of Tasmania with our alumni and friends based in the Philippines.
How Liferaft Systems Australia's international success could be a model for the future of niche manufacturing in Tasmania.
- Mike Grainger, Managing Director - Liferaft Systems Australia
An Australian Institute of Physics public lecture on how we can study the centre of the Earth using observations of seismic waves.
- Professor Hrvoje Tkalčić, Australian National University
Come along and hear about the first deployment of the University's autonomous underwater vehicle in Antarctic waters and how it was used as a research tool.
The 2019 Arthur Cobbold Memorial Lecturer presents a special event for College of Health and Medicine staff, students and alumni.
- Professor Roger Byard, University of Adelaide
How mutually beneficial interactions between species could double restoration outcomes.
- Professor Brian Silliman, Duke University, USA