Events

Monash Arts Events

Featured events

Upcoming events

  1. Japanese Studies Centre, 12 Ancora Imparo Way

    LLCL Seminar Series


  2. Monash University, Clayton Campus, Eastern Science Lecture Theatre, S11

    Monash Arts is delighted to present a public lecture with Mr Nicholas Coppel CSI, Australian Ambassador to the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. The Ambassador has supported a number of New Colombo Plan mobility grants. Most recently is the first from Monash University focused on “Crime and Criminal Justice in Myanmar”.


  3. The Paperback Bookstore, 60 Bourke St, Melbourne

    Join us for the launch of Crippled Immortals (Arcadia/Australian Scholarly Publishing), a narrative nonfiction account of Zen masters and their esoteric martial-arts traditions in Singapore, Malaysia, and China. The book chronicles three generations of practitioners who struggle to keep their traditions alive amidst the turmoil of displacement, disagreement, and modernisation.


  4. Music Auditorium

    Inventi Ensemble is a dynamic new chamber ensemble run by Artistic Directors Ben Opie (oboe) and Melissa Doecke (flute), drawing together Australia’s finest soloists and chamber musicians.


  5. Monash University, Caulfield Library

    The New Security: Individual, Community and Cultural Experiences places the concept of ‘security’ under the spotlight in a contemporary context.


  6. Monash University, Room N702, (Menzies Building) 20 Chancellors Walk

    Monash Geography Seminar by Cecily Maller 


  7. Monash University, Seminar Room, Ground Floor, Campbell Hall, 21 Sports Walk

    Music Research Seminars


  8. Monash University, Caulfield Campus, Building S, Room S901

    Centres for Nineteenth Century-Studies International, Monash branch of the Consortium launch


  9. Monash University, Room E561, (Menzies Building) 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton Campus

    SOPHIS History Seminar


  10. Korean Studies Conference with panels on North Korea, North Korean defectors, international relations, South Korean society, Korean language and linguistics


  11. Japanese Studies Centre, 12 Ancora Imparo Way

    LLCL Seminar Series


  12. Monash University, Room N802, (Menzies Building) 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton Campus

    Speaking to the themes of his new book, On Cultural Diversity, Chris Reus-Smit will explore how the major theories of International Relations have consistently misunderstood the nature and effects of culture, returning time and again to a conception long abandoned in specialist fields: the idea of cultures as coherent, bounded, and constitutive.


  13. Monash University, Caulfield Campus, Building S, Room S901

    Monash University and The University of Melbourne with funding from The Australian Research Council is delighted to present: Rethinking Trans-Asia Media Flow from Australia: An International Symposium.


  14. Music Auditorium

    Phoebe Green is a versatile performer with a focus on 20th century, contemporary and exploratory repertoire. A passionate advocate of Australian composers with a unique voice Phoebe is a regular figure in the new music scene in Melbourne.


  15. Featuring addresses by Professor Merle Ricklefs, Emeritus Professor Virginia Hooker (ANU), Ass. Professor Stuart Robson (Monash)


  16. Monash University, Room E561, (Menzies Building) 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton Campus

    LLCL Weekly Seminar


  17. Monash University, Seminar Room, Ground Floor, Campbell Hall, 21 Sports Walk

    Music Research Seminars


  18. Monash University, Room E561, (Menzies Building) 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton Campus

    SOPHIS History Seminar


  19. Monash University, Caulfield Campus, Building S, Room S901

    MFJ's regular school seminar series open to Monash staff, community and public. 


  20. Monash University, Lecture Theatre H1, (Menzies Building), 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton Campus

    Significant investment in neuroscience is yielding much-needed treatments for intractable neurological and psychiatric disorders. Sophisticated brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) are being developed to restore speech for those who are unable to speak, such as patients with ‘locked in syndrome’ or aphasia.