18 October 2012-1 November 2012
Melbourne Burwood Campus - Buildings P and B
D Festival is a celebration of Deakin's Creative Arts students. This exciting event is spread over the course of 2 weeks beginning on Thursday October 18. Third year Bachelor of Creative Arts students who are participating in the major collaborative project have produced the work on display. This event is a great opportunity for the students to display and share their energetic and experimental work with the public and is a spectacle not to be missed.
Blog & program http://dfestival.tumblr.com
15 November 2012-16 November 2012, 9.30 am-4.30 pm
Melbourne Burwood Campus
For further details please visit: http://deakin.edu.au/learning-futures/events/2012-conference.php
Lise Baker03 email@example.com
15 November 2012, 4.00 pm-6.00 pm
Union Green Waurn Ponds
An opportunity for students and staff to enjoy Indian food, performances and learn about the Diwali festival which has special significance for Hindu, Sikh and Jains. Diwali is a cultural celebration of the victory of the Good over Evil and Light over Darkness. It has special significance for Indian people at home and abroad.
17 November 2012, 1.30 pm-8.00 pm
Forums and workshops
LT12, Building X, Melbourne Burwood Campus
Meet face to face with global decision makers. The 'Shaping the Future Forum' is presented by The Global Peace Centre (www.peacecentre.org) and The Australian Integrative Medical Association (www.aima.net.au).
This forum is an opportunity to see the truth behind the veneer of civilisation and to realise the magnificence of transformation which is now gradually occurring on this planet despite the turbulence of a corrupt financial, pharmaceutical, food and employment system.
25 November 2012-27 November 2012, 5.00 pm-5.00 pm
Waterfront - Costa Theatre
The 17th Annual conference of the AAWP will offer itself both as a site for encounters proper and as a forum for discussing their nature in our disciplines. Scholars and researchers in the field of writing and writing pedagogies will gather to discuss encounters between modalities of practice, between certain aesthetic systems, or between writing and other forms of artistic enquiry and production.
Dr Antonia Pont03 924 firstname.lastname@example.org
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