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The Sounds and Sights of Summer: Music, Art, and Photography

Enjoy inspirational music depicting summer and its varied activities, accompanied by appropriate visual images in the form of paintings and photos. The musical and visual snapshots will focus on Vivaldi in Venice, Haydn in the Austrian countryside, Bach in Leipzig, Berlioz and Fauré in Paris, Debussy inspired by artistic and literary seascapes and... [More]
$135 Limited / $122

<p>Enjoy inspirational music depicting summer and its varied activities, accompanied by appropriate visual images in the form of paintings and photos. The musical and visual snapshots will focus on

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20 Jan

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Letters of Gold: The Art of Illuminated Letters

Be guided step-by-step to produce an illuminated letter based on medieval forms. Learn how to use 23ct gold leaf, mix a range of colours and apply designs. These techniques could also be used in other forms of art. Suitable for beginners and those wishing to refresh their skills. Materials supplied, a cost of $30 cash is to be paid to tutor (not... [More]
$166 Limited / $149

Be guided step-by-step to produce an illuminated letter based on medieval forms. Learn how to use 23ct gold leaf, mix a range of colours and apply designs. These techniques could also be used in other

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22 Jan

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Queens in their Day: Elizabeth I and Grace O'Malley

Grace, the ‘Pirate Queen’ from Connaught, and Elizabeth, the ‘Virgin Queen’ of England were high-profile leaders, one of resistance to English rule in Ireland, the other of insistence on Tudor domination. They discharged their roles in very different ways. They also met, in London, and apparently liked each other greatly. Neither achieved their... [More]
$39 Limited

<p>Grace, the ‘Pirate Queen’ from Connaught, and Elizabeth, the ‘Virgin Queen’ of England were high-profile leaders, one of resistance to English rule in Ireland, the other of insistence on Tudor

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22 Jan

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Scientists and Philosophers Need to Talk

We all know what Science is – but do we know what ‘reality’ is; or even what ‘understanding’ is? Just how do we ‘know’, and how do we know that we know? There is abundant evidence that we don’t – and even the experts don’t! These questions are as much philosophical as they are scientific, and Tibor offers some deep philosophical insights into them.... [More]
$65 Limited

<p>We all know what Science is – but do we know what ‘reality’ is; or even what ‘understanding’ is? Just how do we ‘know’, and how do we know that we know? There is abundant evidence that we don’t –

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22 Jan

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The Greece & Crete Campaign of 1941

The Greece and Crete campaign was one of the seldom mentioned failures of the Second World War. What part did Australia play in this and what was the cost? This course looks at the strategy behind the campaign, the action that occurred, sometimes desperate and bloody, and the reasons for its failure. Who was to blame and what do the Greeks think of... [More]
$65 Limited

<p>The Greece and Crete campaign was one of the seldom mentioned failures of the Second World War. What part did Australia play in this and what was the cost? This course looks at the strategy behind

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23 Jan

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100 Years After: The League of Nations and the Outcomes of World War I (1920-1946)

The first meeting of the Council of the League of Nations took place on 16 January 1920. We look at the origins of the League, the plans for it, and its successes and failures; all in the context of the expectations of European politicians, and the citizens of their countries. SUGGESTED READING Gary B. Ostower, with George J. Lankevich, ed. The... [More]
$22 Limited

<p>The first meeting of the Council of the League of Nations took place on 16 January 1920. We look at the origins of the League, the plans for it, and its successes and failures; all in the context

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24 Jan

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Mae West: Between Two Evils

Mae West is such a film legend that people know who you are talking about even if they have never seen one of her films. Her tremendous success was built on a scandalous reputation as a sex goddess, though the truth of her fascinating life was quite different. A glamorous, vivacious and ultimately mysterious figure, this talk covers her life, her... [More]
$49 Limited

Mae West is such a film legend that people know who you are talking about even if they have never seen one of her films. Her tremendous success was built on a scandalous reputation as a sex goddess,

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31 Jan

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The Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE): A Brief Introduction

The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OCSE) is the world’s largest security-oriented intergovernmental organization. Now headquartered in Vienna, Austria, the OCSE has its origins in the 1973 Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe held in Helsinki, Finland. In 2019, the OCSE has 57 participating countries as members,... [More]
$22 Limited

<p>The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OCSE) is the world’s largest security-oriented intergovernmental organization. Now headquartered in Vienna, Austria, the OCSE has its

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03 Feb

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Democracy Matters: The Strengths of Australian Democracy

Democratic processes in Australia are unique in many ways. We consider the strengths of our system and the impact they have on social coherence. This conversation will start with the democratic web that connects the Australian Constitution, state and national electoral commissions and having three levels of government. And what is the role of... [More]
$22 Limited

Democratic processes in Australia are unique in many ways. We consider the strengths of our system and the impact they have on social coherence. This conversation will start with the democratic web

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07 Feb

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The Journey to You: The Conditions of the Universe that have made Life and You Possible

A showcase of the incredible ride the universe has been on to reach us. The narrative centres around certain crucial scientific facts that have led to you being able to sit where you are now. We see how it is possible for life to exist to, eventually, how you were even possible. Over the two hours, we’ll cover 11 million years per minute in an... [More]
$49 Limited

<p>A showcase of the incredible ride the universe has been on to reach us. The narrative centres around certain crucial scientific facts that have led to you being able to sit where you are now. We

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07 Feb

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