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2013 Calendar of Events

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Full 2013 Hawke Centre public program will be available in the New Year. Exhibitions within the Kerry Packer Civic Gallery shown in red: 2013 exhibitions

Jan / Feb / March / April / May / June / July / August / Sept / Oct / Nov / Dec

January 2013

Advancing Australia Fair: Bob Hawke and his government, 1983 - 1991

Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 3
Monday 21 January - Wednesday 20 February


February 2013

Behind the Lines 2012

Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 3
Monday 25 February - Wednesday 3 April
An Adelaide Fringe event

 


March 2013

In Conversation with Professor Charles Lemert (Yale University)

Wednesday 6 March, 12pm - 2pm, Bradley Forum, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 5
Presented with the Hawke Research Institute

International Women's Day 2013 - Ending Violence Against Women with Justice Catherine Davani (PNG)

Wednesday 6 March, 6.30pm, Allan Scott Auditorium (via Kerry Packer Civic Gallery), UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 3
Presented with the UN Women Australia Adelaide Chapter

Try one day without the arts: with Robyn Archer AO, Creative Director Centenary of Canberra and former Artist Director of the Adelaide Festival of Arts

Monday 18 March, 6.00pm, Banquet Room, Adelaide Festival Centre
Presented with the Australia Day Council of South Australia


April 2013

Galapagos Surreal

Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 3
Monday 8 April -Thursday 2 May

 

From the Galapagos to grapes
How is climate change affecting our environment and industry locally and globally?

Wednesday 17 April, 6.00pm, Allan Scott Auditorium, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 3 - via Kerry Packer Civic Gallery

Who is protecting our human rights?

Tuesday 23 April, 6.00pm, BH2-09, UniSA City West campus, Barbara Hanrahan Building
Presented with Global Experience Program at UniSA


May 2013

From Changi to SA - the cartoon legacy of POW Bettany

Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 3
Wednesday 8 May - Wednesday 29 May
An About Time event: SA's History Festival

 

Has South Australia given up on heritage?

Wednesday 8 May, 6.00pm, Bradley Forum, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 5
An About Time event: SA's History Festival

Women, Water and Technology: Stories and Solutions with Dr Musimbi Kanyoro, President and CEO of the Global Fund for Women

Wednesday 15 May, 6.00pm, Allan Scott Auditorium, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building

2013 Heritage Heroes Awards - nominations open until April 26

Award ceremony: Tuesday 21 May, Bradley Forum, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 5
Presented with SA Heritage Council, the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources
An About Time event: SA's History Festival

Not in my backyard: Community responses to higher density living - is it all in the mind?

Wednesday 29 May, 6.00pm, Allan Scott Auditorium, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building


June 2013

SA Refugee Week: Poster Exhibition and Awards

Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 3
Monday 3 June 2013 - Friday 28 June 2013 - Awards to be presented Monday 17 June

Marking SA Refugee Week: Sunday 16 June to Saturday 22 June, presented with the Migrant Resource Centre of South Australia.

Asylum Reconsidered: On the Right to Sleep, Perchance to Dream
A public lecture by Professor Ranjana Khanna to launch the National Asylum Summit 2013

Wednesday 26 June, 6.00pm, Allan Scott Auditorium, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building
Presented with Hawke Research Institute


July 2013

NAIDOC Week Sunday 7 July - Sunday 14 July

Your health, your choice: what is different about the new SA Advance Care Directive?
With the Australasian Association of Bioethics and Health Law

Tuesday 16 July, 10am - 11.15am, Bradley Forum, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 5

Tea and coffee will be served between these two events and you are most welcome to bring your lunch along to the Palliative Care event at 12pm.

Who Cares? The role of communities near end of life
With Professor Roderick Macleod, Senior Staff Specialist, HammondCare and Conjoint Professor in Palliative Care, University of Sydney

Tuesday 16 July, 12.00 - 1.30pm, Bradley Forum, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 5

The Task Force Story: Recalling 40 years of tertiary education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 3
Wednesday 3 July - Wednesday 7 August

Presented with David Unaipon College of Indigenous Education and Research (DUCIER)


August 2013

Nan ngelar winamen: Two hears beat 'n time
Muriel Van Der Byl AM and Julianne 'Ambo' Jakaitis

Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 3
Monday 12 August - Wednesday 11 September

A SALA Festival exhibition: SALA Festival runs from Thursday 22 August - Sunday 25 August

University of South Australia Elizabeth Blackburn Fellowship launch

Tuesday 20 August, 6.00pm, Bradley Forum

2013 Annual Hawke Lecture: Living Longer - A Journey into the Bio-Future
Dr Elizabeth Blackburn - Australia's only female recipient of the Nobel Prize, and one of the world's most distinguished molecular biologists

Wednesday 21 August, 6.00pm, Adelaide Town Hall

Hawke Occasional Lecture: with Dr Elizabeth Blackburn
New perspectives on the roles of telomeres and telomerase in human diseases and health

Friday 23 August 2013, 1.45pm, Allan Scott Auditorium


September 2013

Refugees, the rule of law and the ethics of protection

Wednesday 11 September, 6.00pm, Allan Scott Auditorium, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building
Presented with Amnesty International

Societies Beyond Oil: InConversation with Professor John Urry

Thursday 12 September, 6.00pm, Bradley Forum, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 5
Presented with the Hawke Research Institute

Eyes on Asia: the Australian media's blind spot

Wednesday 18 September, 6.00pm, Banquet Room, Adelaide Festival Centre
Jointly presented with the Adelaide Festival Centre's OzAsia Festival

OzAsia on Page: In Conversation with Robin De Crespigny, Author of the People Smuggler
Facilitator: Elizabeth Ho

Saturday 21 September, 1.30pm - 2.30pm, Lyrics, Adelaide Festival Centre

OzAsia on Page: Food for thought - stories of family, secret recipes and love
Facilitator: Elizabeth Ho

Saturday 21 September, 4.30pm - 5.30pm, Lyrics, Adelaide Festival Centre

OzAsia on Page: Dialogue between Indonesian writers and member of the International Centre for Muslim and non-Muslim Understanding
Facilitator: Professor Pal Ahluwalia

Sunday 22 September, 12pm - 1pm, Lyrics, Adelaide Festival Centre

chART 365 Days Photographic Exhibition

Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 3
Monday 16 September - Wednesday 16 October


October 2013

Do you really know what you are wearing?  Ending worker mistreatment in our clothing supply chain

Wednesday 9 October, 6.00pm, Allan Scott Auditorium, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building
Jointly presented with Oxfam Australia

Warwick Thornton, in conversation with Margaret Pomeranz

Thursday 17 October, 2-3pm, Mercury Cinema, Morphett Street
Jointly presented with the Adelaide Film Festival

An Australian premiere: Beatriz's War

Friday 18 October, 7pm, Piccadilly cinema - first screening - and repeated Saturday 19 October, 1.45pm, Palace cinema
Jointly presented with the Adelaide Film Festival

When is it right to fight - War, Peace and Mass Atrocity Crimes

Saturday 19 October, 1.30pm, Elder Hall
Jointly presented with the Adelaide Festival of Ideas

Getting our hate on

Saturday 19 October, 1.30pm, Sam Jacob's room, Freemason's Hall
Jointly presented with the Adelaide Festival of Ideas

Story behind Beatriz's War

Sunday 20 October, 3pm, Bonython Hall
Jointly presented with the Adelaide Festival of Ideas

Adelaide Film Festival 10 - 20 October

 

Adelaide Festival of Ideas 17 - 20 October

 

Lens on Nepal - Celebrating the landscape, aiding the people
A Wilderness School project

Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 3
Monday 21 October - Wednesday 20 November


November 2013

What is newDemocracy? with Professor Geoff Gallop AC

Wednesday 20 November, 5.30pm, Allan Scott Auditorium, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building

Credit where credit is due with Julia Gillard

Sunday 10 November, 2pm, online
Presented by the Victorian Women's Trust, streamed live from the Melbourne Town Hall

Parallax

Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, UniSA City West campus, Hawke Building level 3
Monday 25 November - Wednesday 12 February

Presented with the School of Art, Architecture and Design at UniSA


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The Hawke Centre reserves the right to amend any details of their program at any time

While the views presented by speakers within the Hawke Centre public program are their own and are not necessarily those of either the University of South Australia or The Hawke Centre, they are presented in the interest of open debate and discussion in the community and reflect our themes of: strengthening our democracy - valuing our diversity - and building our future.

The copying and reproduction of any transcripts (audio/visual or written) within the Hawke Centre public program is strictly forbidden without prior arrangements.

 

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