Events: Community

Lunchtime Concert - Silver Linings

Silver Linings

Conductor Luke Dollman and the Elder Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra will perform at the Elder Hall Lunchtime concert. Featuring works by Adam Gorb, Brodie King and Anne Cawrse. Friday 6 October, 1.10 pm. Elder Hall, North Terrace campus. Tickets.

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The Future of Emotional Wellness

Future of emotional wellness2

Join a panel of wellbeing experts and discover the future of mental health. Speakers include Nathan Jones (PhD candidate at the School of Psychology), Dr Tiffany De Sousa Machado (Lecturer, Adelaide Business School) and Christel Cherryadi (student, School of Humanities). Friday 6 October, 3 pm. TechCentral Lecture Theatre, Lot Fourteen. Tickets.

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Ink centers around an unlikely matchup of David and Goliath proportions between Murdoch’s newly purchased The Sun and the best selling newspaper in the world, The Mirror. Thursday 12 to Sunday 22 October, various times. Little Theatre, The Cloisters, North Terrace campus. Tickets.

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Considering Matthew Shepard

Considering Matthew Shepard

Considering Matthew Shepard, by Craig Hella Johnson, is a 21st-century, Grammy-nominated oratorio that reflects on the murder of 21 year old gay man Matthew Shepard in Wyoming in 1998. Thursday 12 and Saturday 14 October, 7.30 - 9.30 pm. Elder Hall, North Terrace campus. Tickets

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Musical Fusion - East meets West

Chinese Orchestra

Join a celebration of cultural diversity through music and experience the power of music to transcend boundaries and unite people. Saturday 14 October, 2.30-3.30 pm. Barr Smith Library Reading Room, North Terrace campus. Tickets.

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Meet the author - Dr Bernice Eu

Vulnerable but Invincible, Memoirs of a Singapore Doctor in Australia. Meet the author Dr Bernice Eu as she guides you on a journey through childhood, university, travelling, marrying, doctoring, politics, family life, and more of her extraordinary life's experiences. Wednesday 18 October 1-2 pm. Ira Raymond Room, Enter Level 3, Barr Smith Library, North Terrace campus. RSVP

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Unleashing the power of trees for healthier communities with Jon Dee

Jon Dee

The Environment Institute and Green Adelaide are hosting a public lecture by Jon Dee focusing on harnessing the incredible potential of trees to create healthier communities and followed by a Q&A panel discussion. Wednesday October 25, 5.30-7 pm. The Braggs lecture theatre. Register.

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Kevin Marjoribanks Memorial Lecture

Ziauddin Yousafzai

The Importance of Girls’ Education: A Father’s Perspective. This year’s guest speaker is Mr Ziauddin Yousafzai, an educational activist and teacher. After the Talibanisation of the region where they lived, his daughter Malala (Nobel Prize winner, 2014) took a stand beside him in the fight for the education rights of girls. Friday 27 October, 5-6.30 pm. Bonython Hall, North Terrace campus. Register.

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Ingenuity 2023

Ingenuity 2023

Meet the next generation of innovators who will shape the world’s technological, social and commercial future. Visit Ingenuity 2023 for an interactive showcase. Wednesday 1 November, 9.30 am—3.30 pm. Adelaide Convention Centre. Register.

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