Upcoming Events
SAM Seminar: Promotional Cultures
Who:Lee Edwards, University of Leeds
Venue:G17, Robert Webster Building
When:26 Apr 2017, 5pm - 6:30pm

Understanding public relations as part of promotional culture.

Solo Music Projects
Who:Solo Music Projects
Venue:Webster Studio 334
When:27 Apr 2017, 4:30pm - 6pm
27 Apr 2017, 6:30pm - 7:30pm
27 Apr 2017, 4:30pm - 6pm
27 Apr 2017, 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Fourth-year Creative Practice (Performance) students will present solo work in recital in the relaxed atmosphere of Webster Studio 334.

Cinémathèque Screening: The VVitch: A New-England Folktale (2015)
Who:Cinémathèque Screenings
Venue:Cinema 327, Webster Building
When:27 Apr 2017, 6pm - 8:30pm

A film by Robert Eggers

Global Arts and Psychology Seminar (GAPS)
Who:School of the Arts & Media
Venue:John Niland Scientia Building
When:28 Apr 2017, 5pm - 9:30pm
29 Apr 2017, 9am - 1:30pm

GAPS is about the arts and the people who create and appreciate them, from a scientific psychological perspective. 

Music Honours: Michael Brady in Trio
Who:Honours student Michael Brady with guests
Venue:The Blood Moon Theatre, Potts Point
When:29 Apr 2017, 6:30pm - 9pm

The lyricism, groove, and conversation that can happen with just guitar, bass, and drums.

Pop Up: The Colour of Sound
Who:School of the Arts & Media
Venue:Outside Io Myers Studio
When:2 May 2017, 1pm - 2pm

Synths meet acoustic instruments, a concert for passers-by.

Cinémathèque Screening: Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (1974)
Who:Cinémathèque Screenings
Venue:Cinema 327, Webster Building
When:5 May 2017, 6pm - 8:30pm

A film by Sam Peckinpah

Australia Ensemble subscription concert - Americana
Who:Australia Ensemble
Venue:Sir John Clancy Auditorium
When:13 May 2017, 8pm - 10pm

While it may seem odd to include Romantic Czech composer Antonín Dvorák in a program of music from the New World, the Bohemian composer wrote two of his most famous works during his time in the United States. Dvorák’s ‘American’ F major string quartet is inescapably influenced by the landscape of the plains of New England so memorably captured a generation later by Aaron Copland, a concept unmistakably heard in his Duo for flute and piano. Two exciting contemporary voices round out this program: Jennifer Higdon’s bright and exciting opener Smash, and a major work by John Adams, whose clarinet concerto for chamber forces Gnarly Buttons takes the listener through a journey of surprising depth as well as humorous and quirky moments.

UNSWriting presents: Aboriginal Crime Writing
Who:Aboriginal novelist Nicole Watson interviewed by Aboriginal poet Alison Whittaker.
Venue:Io Myers Studio, UNSW Kensington Campus
When:15 May 2017, 6:30pm - 8pm

Aboriginal novelist Nicole Watson is interviewed by Aboriginal poet Alison Whittaker on writing Aboriginal crime fiction. 

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