Arts and Culture
A 400 year-old Balinese painting tradition will be workshopped at The University of Western Australia during an art exhibition that will officially open on Indonesian Independence Day.
The life and work of West Australian poet and novelist Randolph Stow will be celebrated at a memorial service to be held at The University of Western Australia later this month.
Twenty-four high school students from middle and foreign language schools in China are visiting The University of Western Australia next week.
The director of one of the UK's largest and most vibrant arts festivals has been appointed as artistic director of the Perth International Arts Festival, founded by The University of Western Australia.
Winthrop Professor Bob White from English and Cultural Studies and also Westerly Centre Board Member will launch his book John Keats: A Literary Life on Thursday 5th August at Hampstead, UK.
Bob White was recently featured in The Australian Higher Education Supplement 21/7/10 Front Page:
UWA Publishing is delighted to have five writers in the Melbourne Writers' Festival in August.
A string quartet commemorating controversial Mexican artist Frida Kahlo (1907 - 1954) has won its composer a place at the Australian String Quartet's National Composer's Forum in Adelaide.
Graduate of The University of Western Australia and founder of cosmetics company Mecca Cosmetica, Ms Jo Horgan, will be guest speaker at the eighth UWA Centenary Trust for Women's annual lunch.
The University of Western Australia is leading or collaborating in more than half of Australia's new Centres of Excellence announced by the Federal Government.
John Mateer, Westerly Honorary Research Associate, was recently interviewed as part of The South Project.
The interview appears on a blog dedicated to exchanges across the Southern Hemisphere, it is a spin-off of the large South Project called southern perpectives.
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