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Deakin's Twilight Festival

4 October 2014, 4.00 pm-7.00 pm

Community Events

Deakin University Burwood Campus, 221 Burwood Highway Burwood

Join us for a FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR at Deakin's Twilight Festival this October. Packed with FREE entertainment and interactive activities for the whole family: • Rides • Face painting • Petting farm • Jumping castle • Roving performers and children’s entertainment • Fairy floss • Popcorn • And more! Food and beverages will be available for purchase from various stalls and you can visit the NEW family friendly restaurant Mrs Robinsons. Free car parking is available via entranc

Cheyne Brudenell
03 9246 8987

Julia Gillard - My Story

6 October 2014, 7.15 pm-8.15 pm

Community Events

Deakin Costa Hall - 1 Gheringhap Street, Geelong VIC 3220

Julia Gillard was Australia’s first female Prime Minister. Much has been said and written about her three years at the top, but now she’s telling her side of the tale. Gillard, in conversation with Dr Andrew Scott, Professor in politics and policy at Deakin University will open up about her experiences without shying away from her mistakes or misjudgements. This is your chance to hear from the former Prime Minister -Book your ticket today!

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03 5225 1200

Smart Cities with Digital Skins: What will this mean for you?

28 October 2014, 6.00 pm-7.30 pm

Community Events

Deakin Edge, Federation Square, Melbourne

The internet and "smart" technology is already impacting the way we understand and use cities. Hear how sensors are changing our lives and how we use and manage metadata. Will 'smart cities' deliver greater economic and public good? What about liveability and privacy? Held during Melbourne Knowledge Week 2014 and MC'd by ABC Radio National’s Antony Funnell, this event features Deakin University’s Chief Digital Officer, William Confalonieri among other leading industry experts.

City of Melbourne

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