The Third Australian Biennale of Reductive Art, a satellite event of Seventh International Biennale of Non Objective Art, will be held at the UTS Tower from 5 - 28 January 2024.
A McMaster-led exhibition on display at The Art Gallery of Hamilton is channelling art to explore pregnancy-related science.
In this latest Research Tuesdays event, Breathe Easier, researchers will explore the need for further development of tools to monitor one of the most life-sustaining organs – the lung.
The instrument, comprised of 25 bells, is a familiar city centre sound and this month it will play a brand-new composition by a Newcastle University student.
The University of Adelaide’s Environment Institute and Green Adelaide will host an evening with pioneering environmentalist Jon Dee, highlighting the health-giving potential of trees.
Off the Shelf Festival of Words, one of the most well-known and loved literary festivals in the UK, will return to Sheffield for its 32nd edition from 13- 29 October, bringing together the best of local, regional, and international literary talent.
Durham's annual Book Festival returns from Friday 13 - Sunday 15 October.
Tickets are now on sale for the Ilkley Literature Festival, which is celebrating its 50th year with a headline slot by Leeds Professor of Poetry Simon Armitage.
The University of Adelaide will present an information session to support those who have been diagnosed with Intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy (ICP), current or past, as well as their friends and families. ICP is a liver disorder that occurs during pregnancy.
The work of five world-renowned artists will be part of this year’s Lumiere light festival taking place in Durham from 16-19 November 2023.