Events

Events

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

LUMEN Bar


Friday 5 July to Thursday 1 August

As our cityscape lights up, we are proud to open LUMEN Bar in collaboration with the National Wine Centre, nestled in the heart of Illuminate Adelaide's City Lights.

Illuminate Adelaide: intangible #form

Friday 5 to Sunday 21 July

Space takes on new light in this mind-bending installation from Japanese artist Shohei Fujimoto. Intangible #form takes over the historic Bonython Hall, using state of the art projections and lasers to create fluid, ever-changing structures that feel both real and intangible, high-tech and magical.

Falling Walls Lab Adelaide


Friday 29 July

The prestigious global pitch competition that invites brilliant minds to share their breakthrough study, research or innovative ideas - in just three minutes - by answering the question: “What are the next walls to fall as a result of scientific, technological, economic and sociological advancements?”

Weaving Indigenous Knowledges Workshop

Tuesday 23 July

This workshop will provide an overview of Indigenous Knowledges (IK) and demonstrate examples of weaving IK with regard to climate change and environmental management efforts in the United States.

State Theatre Company: Julia

Friday 16 to Saturday 31 August

State Theatre Company South Australia in association with The University of Adelaide presents a Sydney Theatre Company and Canberra Theatre Centre production.

Children's University Quiz Night

Friday 30 August

Proceeds from this popular annual event will help provide transport to graduation ceremonies for those families who need it most.

Events

05

Jul

LUMEN Bar

As our cityscape lights up, we are proud to open LUMEN Bar in collaboration with the National Wine Centre, nestled in the heart of Illuminate Adelaide's City Lights.

05

Jul

Illuminate Adelaide: intangible #form

Space takes on new light in this mind-bending installation from Japanese artist Shohei Fujimoto. For the first time in Australia, intangible #form takes over The University of Adelaide’s historic Bonython Hall, using state of the art projections and lasers to create fluid, ever-changing structures that feel both real and intangible, high-tech and magical.

08

Jul

Winter school holiday program

If you are looking for fun ways to keep your kids active during the upcoming winter school holidays, the School Holiday Program gives kids the chance to try a new sport, and learn and develop their skills. An Olympic-themed sports day will also be held in the build-up to the 2024 Paris Olympics. Monday 8 to Friday 19 July. Park 10, Graduates Clubhouse, 155 McKinnon Parade, North Adelaide. Bookings.

17

Jul

The Maths Learning Centre's 32nd Anniversary Celebration

Celebrating its 32nd anniversary, the Maths Learning Centre will hold a party on Level 3 of Hub Central. There will be afternoon tea, birthday cake and lots of mathematical play to get involved in. Wednesday 17 July, 2–5 pm. The Maths Learning Centre, Level 3, Hub Central, North Terrace campus. Register here by Wednesday 10 July, 9 am. 

18

Jul

UniSuper’s DBD explained webcast

The Defined Benefit Division can feel like a complex product for UniSuper members and those thinking about joining the fund. Join this webcast to see if is the right solution for you. Thursday 18 July, 12.30 pm. Online

18

Jul

HDA: Development and wellbeing in early childhood

Building a brighter future for our children This forum of expert speakers will focus in on investing, targeting, and integrating ways forward in the development and wellbeing in early childhood. There are challenges and opportunities ahead, let's works towards building a brighter future for our children. This forum is held in conjunction with our partner organisation the Department for Education. Thursday 18 July, 5.30–8.30pm. Napier G04 lecture theatre, Ground floor, Napier building, North Terrace campus. Register.

19

Jul

Falling Walls Lab Adelaide

The prestigious global pitch competition that invites brilliant minds to share their breakthrough study, research or innovative ideas - in just three minutes - by answering the question: “What are the next walls to fall as a result of scientific, technological, economic and sociological advancements?” This event is free and will include an afternoon tea and a networking opportunity. Friday 19 July, 2–4 pm. 26 SANTOS lecture theatre, Marjoribanks building, North Terrace Campus. Register by Thursday 18 July.

23

Jul

Weaving Indigenous Knowledges Workshop

ISER and ACE invite you to join a captivating workshop on “Weaving Indigenous Knowledges” by Ann Marie Chischilly. This workshop will provide an overview of Indigenous Knowledges (IK) and demonstrate examples of weaving IK with regard to climate change and environmental management efforts in the United States. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Tuesday 23 July, 1.30–4.30pm. Nexus 10, 706 MBA suite, Level 7, North Terrace Campus. Register.

24

Jul

Toolkit for Managing Organisational Transformation

This interactive workshop provides a new perspective on how we can embrace and welcome change. Times of change create new opportunities, however, often we misperceive change as a threat. This can result in feelings of anger, loss of control, sadness, guilt and frustration. Tuesday 24 July, 12–1 pm. Online

25

Jul

United States Tribal Adaptation - Masterclass

This masterclass will offer insights into the 574 Tribal Nations in the United States and their efforts in dealing with climate change through adaptation and mitigation. This involves engaging activities, a review of the Status of Tribes and Climate Change Report, and videos showcasing the work of the Tribes. Thursday 25 July, 1–4 pm. Lower Napier LG24, North Terrace campus. Register by Friday 19 July. 

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