Events

Events

Find out what's on at the University of Adelaide.

Professorial Lecture Series - Professor Alex Brown

2 March, 6.00 pm – 8.00 pm

Overcoming health Inequalities experienced by Aboriginal Australians: Is there light at the end of the tunnel?

RCC 2020

14 Feb – 15 March

In 2020 we will again welcome RCC to the University’s North Terrace campus. University staff, students and alumni are invited to sign up for an exclusive benefits program.

HiTeMP-2 Forum

16-18 March, 9.00 am – 5.00 pm

The Centre for Energy Technology invites you to the Second International Forum on Zero Carbon High Temperature Minerals Processing (HiTeMP-2)

O'Week 2020

24 – 28 Feb, 9.00 am – 4.00 pm

Join us and soak up the university culture, and find out why uni life is more than just lectures and tutorials!

Art in Action: Creation of the World of Ideas Mural

24-28 Feb, 9.00 am - 5.00 pm 

Artist Guiyong Zhu (Zhuzhu), will be painting the World of Ideas mural during Orientation Week. 

The Iliad - Out Loud

14 March – 15 March

Part of the Adelaide Festival, The Iliad – Out Loud is an adaptation of Homer's epic poem by William Zappa, presented as a snappy reading divided in 3 parts.

Executive Education Open Day

4 March, 7.45 am - 4.00 pm

Executive Education is opening its doors for a whole day and inviting you to experience some of the short courses, hear about the comprehensive management programs, and enjoy our great facilities.

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Welcome to the November/December calendar of University of Adelaide events and activities.

In November, join our Bachelor of Music Theatre students for their debut performance Spring Awakening, hear the next generation of entrepreneurs pitch their ideas at the Shark Tank eSchool Venture Showcase, and our sciences alumni are invited to the end of year celebration at Waite campus.

In December, we invite the University community to join us for Carols on Campus in Bonython Hall. Guests are encouraged to bring a gift to place under our gifting tree to support The Smith Family. Also be inspired by some of our best and brightest scientists at the Ramsay Fellowship Seminars.

For staff and students wanting to promote events in future What's On editions, please submit them via the University's event website.

Events

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Feb

Being Dead (Don Quixote)

A dangerous quest of literary theft, build-your-own identity and post-anarchy. Don Quixote is the softcore idol you deserve. A moving and sensational experience of queer thinking, failed heroism and triumphant femininity.

14

Feb

Utopia

From the dwindling light of day to the early hours of the morning, Dusk till Dawn is a place for those who want to lose their inhibition... A party, within a concert, within a festival

14

Feb

RCC 2020

In 2020 we will again welcome RCC to the University’s North Terrace campus. University staff, students and alumni are invited to sign up for an exclusive benefits program.

14

Feb

RCC Cult

The RCC Cult Membership is your festival ticket to Utopia at RCC 2020. Your season pass to guaranteed express entry to all 11 nights at Utopia which grants you access to Dusk Till Dawn concerts and NEON along with a whole range of other RCC Cult benefits.

14

Feb

Passengers

'Passengers', by UK award-winning trans artist Kit Redstone and director Jessica Edwards, explores in ensemble the epic battles within the psyche and the beautiful power of the mind to protect itself, inviting you to see the self in a whole new way.

14

Feb

Luminarium: Daedalum

Transport yourself into a world of radiant colour, labyrinthine tunnels and cavernous domes. 

14

Feb

Cold War

Part punk gig, contemporary theatre, and political intervention; renowned international climate activist-artists, Doppelgangster, deliver a thrilling, hypnotic, phantasmagoric spectacle; blasting a light on the horrors of ecological disaster.

14

Feb

Cassie and the Lights

Can kids be parents? From the team behind the multi award-winning We Live By The Sea (Best Theatre, Critic's Choice and Peace Foundation Awards, Adelaide Fringe 2017) comes a funny and uplifting story of childhood and adulthood, responsibility and fun, accompanied by live original music and projection.

14

Feb

Dave Court - Lollipop Land

Multi-disciplinary artist, and Fringe visionary, Dave Court further etches his name into RCC folklore with his reality-bending aesthetic and material experimental piece, Lollipop Land.

15

Feb

Disco Conversion Therapy

Armed only with a crate of dusty records and dream, dancefloor anthropologists the Dollar Bin Darlings have dug into the forgotten archives for the real story of Disco.

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