Streets of Papunya

February 13 - April 17, 2016

The re-invention of Papunya painting

This exhibition, and accompanying book, celebrate the renaissance of painting in one of the best-known locations of art production in Central Australia since the establishment of Papunya Tjupi Arts in 2007 and reveals the role of women at the forefront of this revival.Read more    »

Flinders 50 Creatives Exhibition

16 March - 17 April 2016

For 50 years Flinders University graduates have been enriching cultural life in South Australia and beyond. You’ll find Flinders people at the heart of some of the most impressive and iconic cultural powerhouses.Read more    »

Giving Voice

April 23 - June 26, 2016

The Art of Dissent

From major economic crisis, raging wars, pollution and climate change through to religious prejudice and racism, this exhibition brings global distress centre stage. Read more    »

Flinders Uni Baseball and Softball Club 50th Anniversary BBQ Lunch

11:30am - 2:00pm, Saturday, May 28, 2016

Since 1966 when the Flinders University Baseball & Softball Club was originally formed by a few students in the first few months of the existence of Flinders University the club has seen thousands of people participate in its activities including Winter and Summer Baseball, Mens and Womens Softball and Baseball and Softball teams at Intervarsity/Australian University Championships/Australian University Games.

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Flinders Uni Baseball and Softball Club 50th Anniversary Dinner

6pm - 12am, May 28, 2016

Since 1966 when the Flinders University Baseball & Softball Club was originally formed by a few students in the first few months of the existence of Flinders University the club has seen thousands of people participate in its activities including Winter and Summer Baseball, Mens and Womens Softball and Baseball and Softball teams at Intervarsity/Australian University Championships/Australian University Games.
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PUBLIC LECTURE & SCREENING | Bungaree’s Farm

June 1, 2016, 5:00PM - 7:30PM

Bungaree was a Guringai man from Broken Bay and well-known fgure in colonial Sydney. In 1799 he was recruited by Matthew Flinders (1774-1814) to mediate with Aboriginal people along the coast in an expedition to Moreton and Hervey Bays. Earning the trust and respect of the English navigator, Bungaree then joined Flinders in one of the greatest achievements of Australian exploration, the circumnavigation of the continent in 1802-03.

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Watch this SPACE!

August 4, 2016, 6:00pm

Step Back! 1966 in Review is a lecture series devoted to revisiting the culture and times in which Flinders University was founded through the eyes (and minds) of members of the School of Humanities and Creative Arts, past and present. Full details TBC.

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A/Prof Rick Hosking on Geoffrey Blainey’s The Tyranny of Distance

9 June, 2016, 6:00pm

Rick Hosking (Associate Professor in Australian Studies) presents his view of Geoffrey Blainey’s The Tyranny of Distance, a classic account of how Australia’s geographical remoteness has been central to shaping our history and identity, and how it will continue to form our future.

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Unlocking the causes of Eating Disorders to develop better interventions

June 15, 2016, 5:30PM - 6:45PM

Flinders Investigators is a free public lecture series bringing world-leading research to the wider community. In June, Professor Tracey Wade – Dean of the School of Psychology at Flinders University – will speak on ‘Unlocking the causes of Eating Disorders to develop better interventions’.

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