Events for 23 August, 2016

The Secret Garden

The Secret Garden

Set in Victorian England, The Secret Garden tells the magical story of Mary Lennox and her journey from the British Raj to Yorkshire and how she grows and blossoms as she and her new friends bring life to her very own secret garden. Featuring a host of wonderful songs, including the multirecorded In Lily’s Eyes, this is one the whole family will enjoy. Based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett. By arrangement with ORiGiN™ Theatrical on behalf of Samuel French Inc
George Kelling Public Lecture: To Broken Windows and Beyond: the Big Ideas that Reframed American Policing​

George Kelling Public Lecture: To Broken Windows and Beyond: the Big Ideas that Reframed American Policing​

George L. Kelling is Emeritus Professor at Rutgers and Northeastern Universities, formerly a Fellow at Harvard University, and a Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute. For the first time in Brisbane, he will be presenting a public lecture on: To Broken Windows and Beyond: the Big Ideas that Reframed American Policing
2016 Michael Whincop Memorial Lecture - Sport: Its Human Rights Implications

2016 Michael Whincop Memorial Lecture - Sport: Its Human Rights Implications

Will the likely refusal to cancel the Olympics result in major threats to the enjoyment of the right health, worldwide? Professor Sarah Joseph will examine the surprising links between the world of sport and international human rights as part of the 2016 Michael Whincop Memorial Lecture.
Panel Discussion: Teaching Painting

Panel Discussion: Teaching Painting

How is painting taught? How have teaching methods evolved with the modern art school environment?