School of Arts


The Curious - free seminars

The Curious is proudly brought to you by Federation University Australia’s Cultural Enquiry Research Group (CERG), comprising researchers from the School of Arts.

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Spring: Fashions, form guides and the future

Thursday 8 November, 7pm – 9pm. The Lost Ones Basement Bar, Camp St, Ballarat

Dr Fred Cahir - Spring fashion in Australia: exploring the historical influence of Aboriginal adornment and beautification

Dr Verity Archer - The Melbourne Cup: explorations of class and Australian national identity

Dr Jane Mummery - Springing into the future: what will spring mean given climate change?

Free entry, drinks at bar prices

Ned Kelly

Thursday 15 November, 7pm – 9pm. The Lost Ones Basement Bar, Camp St, Ballarat

Dr Anne Beggs-Sunter- Ned Kelly: a historian’s take

Dr Demelza Hall - Ned Kelly: emplacing the outlaw

Dr Lesley Speed - The Ned Kelly legend in film

Free entry, drinks at bar prices

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Victorian combined schools of social work field education professional development symposium

Federation University Australia, Berwick Campus

The CSSW Field Education Professional Development Symposium is a 2 day training event for supervisors of social work students.

The Symposium will equip participants with knowledge and skills to monitor and assess student learning goals; manage the learning process; learn about supervision techniques and incorporating critical reflection into supervisory practice, and cross cultural communication.

Qualified social workers and staff from other disciplines involved with social work student placements are welcome to attend.

Symposium dates: Wednesday 6 Feb - Thursday 7 Feb, 2019

Registrations: For further information and registration please visit our bookings page