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Wolfgang Sievers, Conferring of degrees, Wilson Hall, University of Melbourne, 1956, gelatin silver photograph, 18.8cm x 25.0 cm.
Wolfgang Sievers, Wilson Hall, exterior, University of Melbourne, 1956, gelatin silver photograph, 24.5 x 19.6 cm.
Professor Peter Jamieson is an educator who is an award-winning designer of new generation learning environments. As Strategic Advisor Learning Environment Design, Peter leads the design of student-centred learning spaces at The University of Melbourne, and has been invited to contribute to projects at a large number of national and international universities.
In this talk Peter will consider the nature of the campus and its role in the context of a rapidly changing Higher Education sector. How can we shape the campus to retain its unique role? What does it mean to experience the campus as a place of learning?
All welcome, no bookings required.
More about the exhibition here.
SUNDAY 19 APRIL Cinema Nova in partnership with the Potter’s exhibition Weird melancholy: The Australian gothic, presents a series of Australian Gothic Cinema. Peter Weir’s 1975 Australian classic, Picnic at Hanging Rock will be brought back to the big screen, followed by a panel discussing the film. Panel consists of screenwriter Cliff Green; actress Helen Morse who starred in the film; author Dr Brian McFarlane and academic/journalist Dr Mark Nicholls. Hosted by Carol van Opstal.
Tuesday to Friday 10am to 5pm
Saturday and Sunday 12 noon to 5pm