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04mar5:00 pm8:00 pmThe Magic Flute, Mozart (Opera) | Projection on the SuperscreenIn partnership with Alliance Francaise5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Flinders University PlazaAudience:Alumni,Career Counsellors,Donors,Employers,Future students,General Public,Government departments & agencies,High school students,Industry partners,International students,Recent graduates,Researchers,Staff,Students,Teachers
WEDNESDAY 4 MARCH 2020 Superscreen in the plaza, Flinders University, Bedford Park Sit back, relax and enjoy an evening under the stars in Flinders' outdoor plaza. 'The Magic Flute' is an iconic
WEDNESDAY 4 MARCH 2020
Superscreen in the plaza, Flinders University, Bedford Park
Sit back, relax and enjoy an evening under the stars in Flinders’ outdoor plaza. ‘The Magic Flute’ is an iconic and popular opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and will screen for free, one-night-only on the Flinders superscreen.
This event is open to the public; families and children welcome! Popcorn and a cash bar will be available, the Tavern will be open for bar-style food and drinks, or you are welcome to BYO snacks and picnic rug.
5:00pm | Introduction and speeches from Professor Vanessa Lemm, Vice-President and Executive Dean, College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Flinders University and Raphaelle Delaunay, Director, Alliance Francaise.
5:05pm | Free screening of ‘The Magic Flute’ on the plaza superscreen
What happens in ‘The Magic Flute’?
A handsome prince sets out on an adventure to rescue a damsel in distress. He takes along a cowardly but good-natured birdcatcher, Papageno, who is more interested in finding a wife than seeking adventure.
Along the way, the Prince Tamino meets a Queen who is not as nice as she seems, and a villain by the name of Monostatos, who is just as bad as he seems.
Tamino, Papageno and the princess Pamina must all trust in the power of music to lead them through the dark and dangerous adventures ahead…
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(Wednesday) 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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13mar10:00 am7:00 pmIris Murdoch 101An Interdisciplinary Seminar10:00 am - 7:00 pm Flinders University Victoria SquareAudience:Alumni,General Public,High school students,Researchers,Staff,Students,Teachers
We invite anyone with an interest in Iris Murdoch's writings, whether literary or philosophical, to a seminar to be held at Flinders University (Adelaide city campus) to be followed by
We invite anyone with an interest in Iris Murdoch’s writings, whether literary or philosophical, to a seminar to be held at Flinders University (Adelaide city campus) to be followed by a concert at Mead Hall, Flinders Street Baptist Church, on Friday 13 March 2020.
Murdoch was born in 1919 and dozens of centenary events and celebrations have been held for her in the northern hemisphere in 2019. To date, however, Australia hasn’t even managed one, and Craig Taylor and Gillian Dooley from Flinders University are keen to rectify that, and are planning to celebrate her in her 101st year.
On the evening of Friday 13 March, Gillian will present a concert selected from the songs Murdoch refers to in her novels, with associated readings, as part of the Adelaide Fringe, in conjunction with the JM Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice at Adelaide University.
And during that afternoon, Craig and Gillian will convene a seminar, Iris Murdoch 101. The seminar will be free and open to the public, and we welcome offers of presentations related to any aspect of her life, work or legacy.
Seminar times and program details to be confirmed.
Presenters: Gillian Dooley, Craig Taylor, Ryan Manhire et al (seminar); Gillian Dooley, Alistair Knight (concert)
Sponsors: JM Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice
Please email Gillian at firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest in attending, or with queries or offers to present.
Friday 13 March 2020 | 10am – 7pm
Flinders University – Victoria Square
Room no. (TBA)
182 Victoria Square
Adelaide | SA 5000
Seminar – free; Concert – $20/$15 (via FringeTix)
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(Friday) 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Flinders University Victoria Square
182 Victoria Square, Adelaide, South Australia
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