The New College Lectures Trust has invited the Anglican and Catholic Archbishops of Sydney, Glenn Davies and Anthony Fisher, to participate in a landmark lecture series.
This will be the first set of public lectures jointly delivered by Catholic & Anglican Archbishops in Australian history.
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Are you trying to create a zen jungle but keep ending up with brown, curling leaves that look sad? Come to this fun workshop with Jana from Microcosm, a budding microbiologist. Learn some handy tips to suc-seed in looking after your plant babies. There will be some delicious snacks available for purchase at Atomic Press next door also.
The talk will focus on the European migration crisis; exploring the idea of the so-called "externalization" of migration control, its compatibility with the international law, its political sustainability as well as potential alternatives.
Please note this event is not catered.
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Beth Spragg // Honours Vocal Recital
Natasha Atkins and Fiona Young explore the lineage of Australian musical theatre, starting long ago with operatic arias, and finishing with a recent Australian work about a caterpillar...
Siobhan Zhang // Flute Recital
This program is an exploration of the flute voice and traditions of flute playing throughout the Baroque, Romantic and Twentieth Century eras.
Tom Waller // Music
Bask in the beautiful sounds of one of the country’s leading chamber ensembles, as the Australia Ensemble present a free lunch hour concert.
Arnold Schoenberg | Ein Stelldichein
John Peterson | Guilty Pleasures
Ernesto Nazareth | Tangos arr. Munro
Johannes Brahms | Serenade in D Op.11
Geoffrey Collins, flute; David Griffiths, clarinet; Ian Munro, piano; Dene Olding, violin; Dimity Hall, violin; Irina Morozova, viola; and Julian Smiles, cello