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What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make. Think Inc. and the Jane Goodall Institute Australia are proud to bring to you, Jane Goodall: Rewind The Future in May 2019.
Est. in the exquisite surrounds of Work Club, the Florence Guild Event Series features our brightest thinkers providing valuable insights to help members thrive in tomorrow’s world.
[August-Sept 2018] bravenewlaw -> aiming to not only explore emerging issues and problems in biolegality - the coming together of biology and legality but also revisit the concept of personhood in posthuman and relational ways.
Bioscientific advances in the field of neuroscience, epigenetics, research on the microbiome, and immunology are encouraging thought-provoking problems for the foundational legal principles of personality as well as their attendant notion of personal rights. Hence, complex issues are emerging in the intersection of law and biology, an area of law that is quickly expanding and displaying highly composite problems that are challenging existing legal regimes. This Pop-Up Lab provided a rich environment of open dialogue to tease out these complexities.
In October 1911, Henri Matisse made an historic journey to Moscow to stay with his patron Sergei Shchukin, and advise him on hanging of the radical works of modern art he had purchased in Paris.
Blue Ocean Law Group is fueled by Coffee! My personally curated list of favourite and recommended coffee spots in Sydney and its fringes -> Cover Image courtesy of Charles Duck Unitas: Unsplash
Screening in conjunction with the exhibition Masters of modern art from the Hermitage, this film series unites early Soviet slapstick, Moscow high melodrama and sci-fi masterpieces. Cosmic futures begins with filmmakers who trained their cameras on the cities and skies.
Witness original movement and interventions created by Force Majeure's Danielle Micich. Discover the experimental electronic music of Italian minimalist Caterina Barbieri and Western Sydney maximalist Del Lumanta. Pause amid art and absorb the meditative sounds of Chris Abrahams (The Necks).
In this special two-part course, explore modern art and music through contemplative looking and mindfulness techniques, in connection with the exhibition Masters of modern art from the Hermitage. Over two sessions, you will discover the art of mindful looking and listening, enjoying works of art and music in a more focused, attentive and curious way.
Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran is a contemporary artist who explores politics of sex, the monument, gender and religion. He has exhibited within various contexts, including the 2018 Dhaka Art Summit, Art Basel Hong Kong, The National: New Australian Art 2017 and the 2016 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art.