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Modern day slavery and human trafficking in Australia: challenges and responses
Urban farming and green roofs are just eco-bling
DATE: Thursday, 4 June
TIME: 1pm – 2pm
VENUE: Event Space, Level 2, City Campus Library
Display located in a cabinet on Level 4 of the City Campus Library.
Raynor Hoff and C. Bruce Dellit. Creators of the iconic Anzac Memorial Building, Hyde Park, Sydney.
Interior & Spatial Models by UTS Students
On display from 1 September - 25 September, 2015
Library Foyer, Level 2, City Campus Library
Another brand new space has just been opened in the City Campus Library. The Editing Studio is an editing, mixing and production studio located at Room 4.i.
Earlier this year, UTS Library undertook a project to refurbish the City Campus Library in response to your feedback.
Fundraising stall this Wednesday, 5 August
12pm – 2pm
Level 3 Concourse Tower Building 1
Photos from the Drik Gallery, Dhaka, Bangladesh
13 July - 28 August
Level 4 Breakout Space, City Campus Library
UTS Library is pleased to announce that our brand new space for PhD, Masters by Research students and staff is now open! The expanded Researchers’ centre (5.r) now seats up to 25 researchers and replaces the former Scholars’ Centre on Level 2. Access is via your UTS ID Card.
UTS Library's popular writing club is back! Open to all UTS students and staff
It has been called democracy’s birth certificate, but 800 years later, most of Magna Carta is as outdated as the Latin it is written in, with rules on how to repay debts owed to Jewish moneylenders and what widths to make dyed cloth.
By Visual Communications Lecturer, Zoë Sadokierski
12 May – 19 June 2015, City Campus Library
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Colour on the Concrete, curated by Janet Ollevou, explores different approaches and uses of colour and abstraction.
UTS Library is hosting a FREE film screening in partnership with UTS: SOUL Award and UTS: Green as part of Green Week 2015. The film, Seeds of Time, is directed by Sandy McLeod and ties into the theme of this year’s Green Week – managing the planet’s natural resources sustainably.