Events: Community

Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward

Blithe Spirit is one of Noël Coward's best loved plays and offers all we want and expect from him – wit, humour, banter and charm.

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Equipping young people to protect themselves against eating disorders

Please join us for the 17th annual Healthy Development Adelaide (HDA) Oration to be presented by Professor Tracey Wade.

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Friends of the Library Discovery Event - Rachel Harris - Women’s Work and Education in 1970s and 1980s Adelaide

The experiences of “baby-boomer” South Australian women, particularly working-class women and clerical workers, and how far their working lives changed in this period has not previously been closely researched. 

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The Early Learning Strategy – 10 Year Plan: Growing our Learners

Please join us for this HDA forum held in conjunction with our partner organisation the Department for Education.

This forum will explore the imperative for the strategy and what research and evidence tells us are the best whole of government and non-government systemic levers for improved child development, children’s wellbeing, governance and partnerships. 

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Kubrick and Race Session 1

Stanley Kubrick has been studied from many angles but one that is conspicuously missing is that of race. But this is not because of its absence in his work. In his photography and his films, he both mobilised and critiqued conceptions of race, typically in complex and confronting ways, even if there was an absence of people of colour who appeared in his movies. This series of seminars proposes to address this important topic.

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Kubrick and Race Session 2

Stanley Kubrick has been studied from many angles but one that is conspicuously missing is that of race. But this is not because of its absence in his work. In his photography and his films, he both mobilised and critiqued conceptions of race, typically in complex and confronting ways, even if there was an absence of people of colour who appeared in his movies. This series of seminars proposes to address this important topic.

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Kubrick and Race Session 3

Stanley Kubrick has been studied from many angles but one that is conspicuously missing is that of race. But this is not because of its absence in his work. In his photography and his films, he both mobilised and critiqued conceptions of race, typically in complex and confronting ways, even if there was an absence of people of colour who appeared in his movies. This series of seminars proposes to address this important topic.

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