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National Campus Band Comp - Burwood / Hawthorn Heat

1 May 2013, 8.00 pm-11.50 pm


The Hawthorn Hotel, 481 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn

NCBC is the largest live band competition in the southern hemisphere and has been running on campuses across the country for 21 years. Each year up to 400 bands from over 40 institutions compete live, looking to be crowned national winners of this prestigious and highly respected competition. Previous winners include Eskimo Joe, The Vines and Grinspoon. DUSA is proud to present the Burwood / Hawthorn Heat in conjunction with SSAA on May 1st at the Hawthorn Hotel. Enter now at

Harry Upton
03 9244 6078

Deakin Music Month

8 April 2013-2 May 2013, 9.00 am-5.00 am


All campuses

The annual Deakin Music Month is one of the biggest events on the University Calendar. Each campus comes alive with regular performances from national, local and student bands and DJ's along with interactive workshops and plenty of fun. Make sure you check posters on campus, your student guide or the DUSA facebook for details of whats happening near you.

Harry Upton
03 9244 6078

Zita Tattersall
03 5563 3563

Erin Costello
03 5227 3451

Beyond the city: Art from the suburban studio

17 April 2013-25 May 2013, 10.00 am-4.00 pm


Melbourne Burwood Campus

Exhibition at Deakin University Art Gallery, Melbourne Burwood Campus. Too often when we think of artists we imagine them in the centre of the CBD surrounded by the bustle of the central city area and yet global concerns and themes don't just occupy the art of the city artist. They also inform and shape the thoughts and processes of the artist working alone in their suburban studio. See the miscellenay of art created across the City of Whitehorse in this surprising exhibition.

Julie Nolan
03 92445344

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