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2014 Calendar

  • Hidden Places, Hidden Lives

    Hidden Places, Hidden Lives

    A thought-provoking photographic narrative reflecting the experiences of people living in Adelaide’s Supported Residential Facilities.

    28 July - 27 August.

    August exhibition
  • Hidden Places, Hidden Lives: community forum

    Hidden Places, Hidden Lives: community forum

    Using creative arts as a community development and engagement tool in socially disadvantaged communities.

    20 August, 6pm

    Podcast available soon
  • Street art

    2014 UniSA Nelson Mandela Lecture

    Making partners of enemies: the Irish peace process

    Former Irish President Mary McAleese in conversation with Annabel Crabb

    3 September, 6pm

    More information
  • Regional china

    2014 OzAsia Festival keynote

    The biography of a coin

    with Professor Micahel Dutton

    18 September, 6pm

    Register
  • Newspaper clippings

    The Hawke InConversation series

    Welcome to the 21st Century: risk, fear and terror

    with Professor Frank Furedi (UK)

    9 October, 6pm

    Register
  • Oxfam work

    The Politics of Poverty

    Dr Szoke, CEO of Oxfam Australia, shares how Oxfam is tackling inequality, as part of its goal to achieve a world free from poverty.

    29 October, 6pm

    Register
  • Welcome to Australia

    Australia's asylum seeker policy

    Where will change come from and what will it look like?

    Presented by Brad Chilcott, Welcome to Australia

    23 October, 6pm

    Register
  • Art after Dark logo

    ART AFTER DARK West End

    From 5pm on Thursdays, the West End precinct comes alive with a program of FREE events.

    More information

Think, Connect, Act.

The Hawke Centre event and exhibition program provides you with the opportunity to Think, Connect, Act - offering ideas and solutions for a sustainable 21st century.

Sep / Oct / Nov / Dec

2014 Past events

September


   

Hidden Places, Hidden Lives

Exhibition: Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, until 27 August 
Co-presented with Seniors Information Service

2014 UniSA Nelson Mandela Lecture
Making Partners of Enemies: the Irish peace process

Adelaide Town Hall, Wednesday 3 September, 6pm
With former President of Ireland Mary McAleese

Enslaved in a Magdalene laundry, Adelaide

Exhibition: Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, 5 September - 3 October  
Art by Rachael Romero, a survivor of 'The Pines', curated by Adele Chynoweth

OzAsia Festival keynote address: The Biography of a Coin

Banquet Room, Adelaide Festival Centre, Thursday 18 September
Co-presented with the Adelaide Festival Centre's OzAsia Festival

October


Welcome to the 21st Century:Risk, Fear and Terror
InConversation with Frank Furedi

Bradley Forum, Thursday 9 October, 6pm
Co-presented with the Hawke Research Institute, as part of the InConversation series

Australia’s asylum seeker policy: where will change come from and what could it look like?

Bradley Forum, Thursday 23 October, 6pm
Co-presented UniSA's Global Experience program

The Politics of Poverty with Dr Helen Szoke, Chief Executive, Oxfam Australia

Allan Scott Auditorium, Wednesday 29 October, 6pm
Co-presented with Oxfam Australia

November


Traverses: J.M. Coetzee in the world

Exhibition: Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, 3 November - 28 November 
Co-presented with the Hawke Research Institute

Violent lives and silenced voices: criminalised women speak

Allan Scott Auditorium, Thursday 20 November, 6pm
Co-presented with Seeds of Affinity, marking White Ribbon Day: International Day for the elimination of violence against women

Presenting Bryan Dawe, political satirist

Allan Scott Auditorium, Wednesday 26 November, 6pm
Co-presented with Amnesty International, SA

December


OzHarvest event

Allan Scott Auditorium, Monday 8 December, 6pm
Co-presented with OzHarvest

2014 Industrial Design Degree show

Exhibition: Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, 9 - 19 December
Co-presented with the School of Art, Architecture and Design

UN Human Rights Day

10 December

2014 Past events

Jan/ Feb / Mar /Apr/ May/June

January

Parallax 

Exhibition: Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, 25 November - 12 February
Co-presented by the School of Art, Architecture and Design, UniSA

February

Cultivating modernism: reading the modern garden 1917-71

Bradley Forum, Tuesday 18 February, 6pm

Complementary exhibition:

Exhibition: Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, 17 February - 31 March
An Adelaide Fringe event, co-presented with the Architecture Museum, UniSA

Planning to protect and promote Adelaide's heritage
Future of heritage panel 

Bradley Forum, Thursday 20 February, 6-8pm
Co-presented with the National Trust of South Australia

March

  

Celebrate International Women's Day

Bradley Forum, Monday 3 March, 7pm
Co-presented with Gender Consortium Network

What's on your plate: Premium Clean Food in SA

Bradley Forum, Wednesday 12 March, 7pm
Co-presented with local community groups interested in food issues

Exclusion and embrace: reconciliation in an Australian context with Professor Miroslav Volf

One of the world’s leading theologians and critical thinkers.

Allan Scott Auditorium, Sunday 16 March, 3-5pm
Presented by St Barnabas' Theological College and supported by The Hawke Centre, Tabor Adelaide and Anglicare

April

Ecuador's identities

Exhibition: Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, 3 April – 30 April
Co-presented with the Embassy of Ecuador

World Heritage Site status: benefits beyond borders
with Amareswar Galla 

Allan Scott Auditorium, Wednesday 2 April, 6pm
Co-presented with Mt Lofty Ranges World Heritage bid

The Australian economy after the Global Financial Crisis

Bradley Forum, Thursday 3 April, 6pm
Co-presented with the Hawke Research Institute as part of the InConversation series

Humanitarian support in Palestine

Bradley Forum, Wednesday 9 April, 5.45pm
Co-presented with the Australian Friends of Palestine Association (AFOPA)

May

   

Sharing the Good Earth: 175 years of influence and vision

Exhibition: Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, 5 May - 11 June
Co-presented with the Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society of SA

Young Australians: smarter about drugs

Bradley Forum, Wednesday 7 May, 6.30pm
Co-presented with Australia21 and the Ted Noffs Foundation

Sharing the good earth: the society behind the Royal Adelaide Show

Bradley Forum, Wednesday 14 May, 6pm
An About Time event, co-presented with the Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society of SA

Wars, laws and humanity: 100 years of Australian Red Cross action

Allan Scott Auditorium, Wednesday 21 May, 6pm
Co-presented with the Australian Red Cross

June

World Heritage: is there opportunity for economic gain?
with James Rebanks

Allan Scott Auditorium, Wednesday 11 June, 6pm
Co-presented with Mt Lofty Ranges World Heritage bid

 

July

  

SA Refugee Week 2014 Youth Poster Awards Exhibition

Exhibition: Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, until  23 July
Co-presented with the Migrant Resource Centre of SA

Aquilizan 'art station'

Exhibition: Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, 1 July - 23 July 
Co-presented with Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art

 

Futility: ICU and the voice of reason

Allan Scott Auditorium, Tuesday 8 July, 6pm
Co-presented by Palliative Care Council of South Australia

 

Rights of children in schools: a human rights perspective on behaviour

Allan Scott Auditorium, Tuesday 15 July, 6pm
Co-presented by UniSA's School of Education

 

ART AFTER DARK West End

Launch: Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, 17 July
Every Thursday, the West End precinct comes alive with an on-going calendar of events

August

  

2014 Annual Hawke Lecture
with Professor Hugh White

Adelaide Town Hall, Tuesday 5 August, 6pm

Hidden Places, Hidden Lives: community forum

Bradley Forum, Wednesday 20 August, 6pm
Co-presented with Seniors Information Service

Public Lecture with the Hon Michael Kirby

Allan Scott Auditorium, Friday 15 August, 4.30pm

 

 


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