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Elder Conservatorium of Music welcomes you to Awakenings, our 2023 Concert Series in our newly reawakened Elder Hall.
Suppression orders are the focus of the latest review by legal experts from the independent South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI) which is based at the University of Adelaide.
The Elder Conservatorium of Music's students and staff played an enormous role in this year’s Mad March, through performances at the iconic events Adelaide Festival, Adelaide Fringe, and WOMADelaide.
Nowruz, also known as the Persian New Year, is a centuries-old festival celebrated by millions of people around the world, particularly in Iran and other parts of Central Asia. It is a time for joy, renewal, and reflection, as families and communities gather to welcome the arrival of spring and mark the beginning of a new year.
A partnership between the Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics (ABLE), the Far West Aboriginal Community Leaders Group (FWACLG) and Far West Coast Community Partnership (FWCP) was formally established on the 6 of March 2023.
It is with great pleasure that the Elder Conservatorium of Music announces joint Indigenous leadership for the Centre of Aboriginal Studies in Music, for the first time in its fifty year history, welcoming Grayson Rotumah and Dylan Crismani as joint directors.
International Women's Day (IWD) celebrates the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women globally. The day is also a call to action for accelerating women's equality.
The University of Adelaide has appointed a new Head for its School of Humanities.
The University of Adelaide has entered into a partnership arrangement with THE Campus+ which provides a platform for academic and professional staff to disseminate insights and advice on key areas of higher education.
As part of supporting and acknowledging excellence in teaching practice and leadership, the University of Adelaide is a member of Advance HE.