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Past Events


Empty Sky and Made In Isolation
Date: 1 September – 22 October 2020

Empty Sky and Made In Isolation were two concurrent exhibitions showcasing student work.

Exhibition: Empty Sky To coincide with the release of the 34th UTS Writers Anthology, Empty Sky, selected pieces from the publication were displayed alongside objects, photographs and artworks that help bring the stories to life. UTS Writers' Anthology is an annual publication that showcases the best writing from emerging and established writers across UTS. The featured writers include: Lucia Mai, Sophie Serafim, Andrea Kovacic, Judith Morison, Tom Disalvo, Clare Shiu, Georgia Wilde & Zoe Downing.

In 2020, the anthology was put together by the hard working student editorial committee: Paul Anderson, Lily Cameron, Grace Joseph, Amanda Rosso Buckton, Sophie Serafim, Lily Velez and academic advisor Dr Claire Corbett. 


Exhibition: Made In Isolation Made In Isolation showcased student work created under the COVID-19 lockdown constraints of Autumn Session 2020. The student writers and creators featured in the exhibition demonstrate their creativity, resilience and adaptability, despite the restrictions; an impressive achievement during these uncertain and turbulent times. The works on display include poetry, photography, photo media and films produced for courses, spanning the Bachelor of Design in Photography, and the Bachelor of Communications in Creative Writing and Media Arts and Production. Themes of the works include personal and emotive responses to the socio-political apocalyptic climate, exploring feelings of anxiety and detachment.

The exhibition presented works by UTS students: Jesse Vega, Zachariah Cutcliffe, Keira Baker, Veronica Moorhouse, Lily Cameron, Tom Disalvo, Fleur Connick & Lynn Chen.

Exhibition: Fairy Tales from the UTS Library's Collection Fairy Tales from the UTS Library's Collection
Date: 13 July to 20 August 2020

Fairy Tales from the UTS Library's Collection featured a selection of rare books and historical illustrations from notable children’s literature held in the Library’s Special Collections.

Fairy Tales, the children’s literature genre we recognise today for its timeless tales and happy-endings, have greatly evolved from their past versions, which usually had much more sinister and violent story lines. In our rare book collection you can explore the dark origins of fairy tales and the beautiful illustrations, dating from late 1800s to early 1900s.

Exhibition: 40 Years of 2SER 107.340 Years of 2SER 107.3
Date: 2 – 27 March 2020

Celebrating 40 years of 2SER 107.3, the community radio station jointly owned by UTS and Macquarie University, this interactive exhibition delves into the rich and vibrant history of 2SER. 

Broadcasting to the greater Sydney area on 107.3 FM, digital radio and online, 2SER has provided Sydney with specialist music, news, opinion and current affairs programs. One of Sydney’s first FM stations, it brought this city’s unique cultural history to the ears of devoted listeners who tuned in for Sydney’s first queer radio program, for underground 90s dance music, and for one of Sydney’s only local and independent newsrooms.

UTS City Campus Master Plan: Our Changing Campus exhibition
Date: 26 November 2019 until 9 February 2020

UTS City Campus Master Plan: Our Changing Campus is the first exhibition in UTS Central's new exhibition space on Level 7.

The exhibition showcases the complexity and significance of the UTS City Campus Master Plan through historical artefacts, photographs, plans, videos, architectural processes and models. 

To mark the opening of the new library at UTS Central in November 2019, this exhibition also celebrates the completion of the UTS Campus Master Plan by looking back at the history of our precinct and the architectural accomplishments of the past decade.


Exhibition: A walk through time HISTORY
A Walk Through Time 
9th September - 8th November

The exhibition A Walk Through Time captured the UTS Library in a period of change as we prepared to move building from Haymarkets campus to the new UTS Central building. The display encompassed the history of the UTS Library, including a five meter long timeline, historical images and an original and highly detailed illustration of the Haymarket area from 1985. The exhibition also included a Time Capsule that students and staff were invited to fill with notes and memorabilia over the course of a month. The Time Capsule is now buried in the depths of the LRS waiting to be opened by the future Librarians of 2050. 

Exhibition: Nandiri'ba'nya: Language and Country

Exhibition: Nandiri'ba'nya: Language and Country
Date: 5 August - 30 August 2019

This UTS Library exhibition, curated by UTS and Western Sydney University, celebrated 2019: The International Year of Indigenous Languages, raising awareness of and promoting the preservation and complexity of the hundreds of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages.

The exhibition spotlighted current language projects by members of First Peoples communities in Australia, as well as other researchers from universities around Australia. It introduced visitors to traditional spoken, sign and song languages through objects, documents and interactive multimedia as well as presenting ongoing efforts to reawaken ‘sleeping’ languages of our region. 

disrupt vol.1.1: an exhibition

disrupt vol.1.1: an exhibition

Date: 8 April - 3 May 2019

Coinciding with Sydney Writers' Festival, UTS Library and Vertigo Magazine teamed up to develop the first rendition of a Vertigo exhibition. On display was a selection of creative writing and poetry works from 2019’s first volume, alongside student-made artworks submitted for the exhibition that respond to the theme of ‘disrupt’.

A poetry reading was also held at the Exhibition Celebration Event with an amazing line up of student poets and writers who responded to the theme of "disruption".

Disrupt presents a selection of work that explores the unusual and the overlooked. As an extension of this volume, the exhibition included artworks exploring unsettling themes such as: pain, anxiety, isolation, surveillance, resistance, depression, desire, loss and the uncanny.

Transformative Technologies + Data Poetics DESIGN
Transformative Technologies + Data Poetics exhibition
25 February - 22 March 2019

As part of Sydney Design Festival 2019, UTS Library in collaboration with the Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building [DAB] presented an exhibition that showcased the outcomes and speculations of the Transformative Technologies + Data Poetics [TT+DP] group. The TT+DP research group are a multi-disciplinary collection of designers and makers operating in and around emerging technologies in architecture, visual communication design and data visualisation.

Through their explorations in visualisations of complex data, mixed reality and automation within the building and construction industry, this exhibition illustrated how new technologies are enabling more inclusive design and review processes within various fields.

The Library's stairwell also showcased 3D printing processes from UTS ProtoSpace, an underground lab in Building 7.


Embroidered Relations: From India to UTSTEXTILES
Embroidered Relations: From India to UTS
1 October - 21 October 2018

As a part of Sydney Craft Week, UTS Fashion and Textile, practice-based academics, Cecilia HefferArmando Chant and Donna Sgro exhibited the collaborations they have undertaken exploring contemporary embroidery forms with Master Artisans from India.

The works on display, although diverse in content, spoke of the strong cross-cultural relationship between the UTS Fashion and Textiles program and Master embroiderers from India. The partnership was initially established by Julie Lantry, Director of Artisan Culture, with the development of the Global Studio program for UTS Fashion and Textiles students and is now extended upon by the three exhibiting artists.

The Magic Pudding: Celebrating 100 years of the Australian children's classic
3 September - 23 September 2018

The Magic Pudding is Norman Lindsay’s first and best known children’s book and its legacy continues. After 100 years the book has never been out of print and has been translated into many other languages, interpreted into musical and theatrical productions and an animated film. The exhibition featured items from the UTS Library collection including monographs, journals, manuscripts, audio-visual materials, ephemera, and toys. 

UTS Animal Logic Academy ; The Early YearsSCIENCE & ANIMATION
UTS Animal Logic Academy ; The Early Years
Date: 8 August - 25 August 2018

A Special event was held to celebrate National Science Week and to celebrate the serene world of Terra Chi in VR with Animal Logic Academy (ALA) which is a unique collaboration between UTS and Animal Logic. Also on display and in conjunction with National Science Week, were three projects from the first cohort of students to graduate from the Master of Animation and Visualisation (MAV) program in 2017, and the research project of PhD student, Simon Rippingale.

Writing Women into History
Date: 24 July - 24 August 2018

Writing Women into History presents a selection of publications created by third year Visual Communication students as part of a typographic design and research project under the guidance of UTS lecturer Nicky Hardcastle. The exhibition of typographic publications was on display on Level 2 of the UTS Library stairwell.

D&AD New Blood Awards
Date: 21 May - 16 July 2018

UTS Library proudly showcased four group video and branding campaigns by students from the Bachelor of Design in Visual Communications program for the D&AD New Blood Awards

The D&AD New Blood program is open to students, recent graduates and aspiring creatives 18-24 years of age, which aims to help young designers launch their careers. The New Blood Award receives entries from over 40 countries. A highly competitive judging process determines prize-winners, who can receive a Wood, Graphite, Yellow, White or Black Pencil. Taking home a Yellow Pencil is considered a highpoint of any career, not only for the prestige of the award but for the professional advancement and opportunities that come with it.

In 2018, two UTS Visual Communication student teams were awarded 3 pencils at the D&AD New Blood awards ceremony in London. The Dirty (Creative Team: Manon Drielsma, Olivia Mullins, Hou Fong (Brian) Lo and Lizzie Smith; Tutor: Nicola Hardcastle) received a Yellow and White pencil and Stack (Creative Team: Anita Gallagher, Shay Xayalith, Boaz Suen, Anna Pham; Tutor: Nicola Hardcastle) received a graphite pencil.

Just Spaces

Ella Cutler: Just Spaces Exhibition
Date: 3 April - 27 April 2018

Ella is a UTS Masters of Design student who works extensively on the production of zines, illustrations, and text-based works exploring the representation of women and non-binary identities,  Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer or Questioning and Intersex (LGBTQI) communities. Her works draw upon conversations and experiences of gender and sexuality.

Just Spaces showcased a series of works on paper that respond to two workshops facilitated by Ella, which encouraged anonymous conversation and explored solutions to the micro-aggressions faced daily by Lesbian, Bisexual, Pansexual, and Queer (LBPQ) women and non-binary identities. 

Artisan Textiles TEXTILES
Artisan Textiles: Global Studio India
Date: 28 March - 27 April 2018

This exhibition showcased hand loomed weaving and artisan woodblock prints made by UTS Fashion and Textiles students as a part of the 2017 India Global Studio.

The first group of students were based in the Himalayas where they worked with the Kullu Karishma Weave Studio. Students learned about the traditional methods such as spinning, weaving, knitting and natural dye processes – practices that have been developed in Himalayan communities over centuries. 

The second group of students traveled to Bangalore to work with an internationally recognised woodblock studio known as Tharangini Prints. Students explored a variety of techniques that focused on organic eco-friendly colours and sustainable print processes.

Designing JusticeDESIGN
Designing Justice Exhibition
Date: 2 March - 23 March, 2018

Five projects by Designing Out Crime Research Centre illustrated the ability of design to promote fair, equitable and meaningful experiences in community, court and justice system.

For the past seven years a team of academics, designers and spatial psychologists have been exploring creative approaches to Social Justice. The team at the Designing Out Crime Research Centre (a partnership between the University of Technology Sydney and the NSW Department of Justice) have established a body of work illustrating design’s ability to promote fair, equitable and meaningful experiences in community, court and the justice system.

This exhibition showcased five design projects by the DOC that have resulted in real-world solutions that address criminal and social issues.


Data Lace Exhibition
Date: 28 September - 3 November. 2017

Data Lace was an ethereal paper lace installation created by textile artist Cecilia Heffer which was suspended in the central stairwell of UTS Library as part of the inaugural Sydney Craft Week (6 -15 October 2017).

Data Lace 2017 is a creative responsive to a selected environment - a workplace. Through a series of daily walking expeditions from an office to a design studio, ephemera in the form of shredded paper documents were collected and transformed into an installation of fragmented information, numbers and words - a Data Lace.

Reading Room Chair Exhibition
Date: 6 September - 10 November, 2017

Showcasing UTS Library's 2016 Artist in Residence Adam Goodrum's Reading Room Chair.

Sydney-based furniture designer Adam Goodrum completed a residency with UTS Library in 2016, where he considered how daily visitors might engage with design objects within an academic space. As the result of his residency, Adam produced the Reading Room Chair.

National Science Week - Living Traces Exhibition
Date: 9 August - 1 September, 2017

Showcasing work by UTS Visual Communications Honours student Megan Wong. 

In her design practice, Megan celebrates the hidden and unnoticed traces that are left when humans interact with books. The three projects that were presented investigated different elements of the traces that accumulate on library books over time. By visualising unseen elements of human interaction, Megan's practice draws attention to the ways objects change through use.

Interaction of Color
Date: 19 July 2017

UTS Library opened up its Special Collections to showcase Josef Albers’ Interaction of Color to members and friends of the Australian Book Designers Association. Joseph Albers’ 1963 book Interaction of Color provided the most comprehensive analysis of the function and perception of colour to date and profoundly influenced art education and artistic practice, particularly in Century Color Field painting and Minimalism.

The Dead Wood Archive: Typographic Publications
Date: 17 July - 8 August, 2017

Eight UTS Visual Communication students displayed their design works that were created in response to a brief from the International Society of Typographic Designers (ISTD). ISTD asked students to respond to the idea of a book as a “Dead Wood Archive”. First, students were tasked with converting their birthdays into a personal Dewey Decimal number and creating a typographic response to the book their number happens to correspond with. Students were then asked to celebrate the book in any manner they saw fit. 

Global Studio India: Artisan Textiles
Date: 10 May - 2 June, 2017

Global Studio India: Artisan Textiles, was an exhibition of works produced in 2016 by UTS Fashion and Textiles students in collaboration with the Kullu Karishma Weave Studio, Tharangini Prints and the Calantha Fashion Studio.

For this Global Studio, students were interviewed and selected for two very different programs according to their interest and design strengths. One group attended the Kullu Karishma Weave Studio based in the Himalayas and the second group went to Bangalore where they worked with an internationally recognized woodblock studio known as Tharangini Prints. 

Cyanotypes: New Perspectives
Date: 13 April - 4 May, 2017

Cyanotypes: New Perspectives showcases the work of five young UTS designers and artists working with the cyanotype process.

Featuring works from: Rebecca Seeto, Poppy Rodrigues, Emily Kraljevic, Aaron Patterson and Zara Hartwig.

Textile Global Studio: China
Date: 20 March - 10 April, 2017

An exhibition of textile works produced by UTS Fashion and Textiles students in collaboration with Yantai Nanshan University, Longkou.

This Global Studio involved students travelling to Hong Kong and mainland China (Shandong Province) over a two week program. Students were given the chance to explore local cultural textile applications as well as textile production in urban Hong Kong. Presentations from industry professionals introduced participants to global textile practices and provided context for Hong Kong Fashion Week sessions the students attended through Savannah College of Art and Design.


Out of the Shadows: Portraiture of Domestic Workers in Nepal
Date: 13 September, 2016 - 12 October, 2016 

Domestic work is work undertaken in ‘private households, often without clear terms of employment, unregistered in any book, and excluded from the scope of labour legislation’. Domestic workers account for some 200,000 workers in Nepal. Their work is not recognised nor well regulated, which leaves the predominately female workforce vulnerable to exploitation.The 15 stories in this collection weave a familiar but striking narrative of experiences common to millions of women around the world – limited education opportunities, forced or arranged marriage, child labour, caste-based discrimination, violence and poverty.

This exhibition was held in collaboration with Anti-Slavery Australia and Konica Minolta. 

Wildebeest Workshop Exhibition
Date: 5 September 2016 - 7 October 2016

The Wildebeest Workshop is a pair of portable wagons designed to facilitate community building projects, travelling workshops or roving men’s sheds. First commissioned for the 2013 Sydney Design 3x3x3 Design Challenge, they were designed and constructed entirely from recycled materials by Social Designer Tasman Munro, who is a staff member and PhD student at UTS. Wildebeest aims to encourage communities to engage in hands-on problem solving through skills sharing and DIY construction.

This exhibition was held as part of the Sydney Design Festival 2016. 

Women in STEMM Expo
17 August, 2016

UTS Library is proud to celebrate UTS researchers and students who work in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Medicine (STEMM). Kathy Potter, Christie McMonigal, Valerie Gay and Theresa Anderson shared their research with us.

Women in Forensic Science Exhibition
Date: 9 August, 2016 to 26 August, 2016

UTS Library showcased the work of four of UTS's leading postgraduate researchers. 

  • Verena Taudte – Gunshot residue analysis
  • Maiken Ueland – Textile degradation patterns
  • Mackenzie de la Hunty – Fingerprints on porous surfaces
  • Morgan Philp – Developing new and novel presumptive colour tests for new psychoactive compounds

These events were part of National Science Week and the Sydney Science Festival.

On the Fringes: South West Sydney 1994 - 2014 
25 May, 2016 to 1 July, 2016

UTS Library hosted a photographic exhibition of selected works by Therese Sweeney - On the Fringes: South West Sydney 1994-2014The freely available, online collection explores social history and cultural life on the outskirts of South-western Sydney. Recorded through photography, audio interviews, and video footage, the collection documents the communities of Green Valley and its traditional market gardening communities.

Global Studio: Kullu Himalaya Weave Exhibition
Date: 26 April, 2016 to 10 June, 2016
The 2015 Global Studio was a collaboration and cross-cultural exchange with the Indian Weave Studio Kullu Karishma.

Thirteen Fashion & Textile students spent two and a half weeks based at the studio in the Himalayas working closely with experienced artisans. They visited their ethical Angora rabbit farm, watched the shearing and immersed themselves in local culture, learning traditional techniques of hand looming, knitting, felting and sustainable natural dying.

UTS Fashion and Textiles tours are made possible through collaboration with Julie Lantry (Director of Artisan Culture), Cecilia Heffer (India Global Studio Coordinator) and the support of UTS Build.

Hong Kong Global Design Studio Exhibition
Date: 2 February, 2016 to 15 April, 2016
In 2015, students from the UTS School of Design travelled to Hong Kong to work on a two week, practice-based design research project.

Working in small interdisciplinary groups, the students explored and documented dilapidated highrise migrant communities, sleepy fishing islands, hidden alleyways and bustling street markets. Examining the unique material culture of these places, their work creatively reflects thoughtful insights into the social and cultural issues that define contemporary Hong Kong.


Curations Exhibit: Interior & Spatial Models

Date: 1 September, 2015 to 25 September, 2015
The City of Sydney Council area currently has no public school within its borders. Spurred on by a massive increase in residential housing at both Barangaroo and Green Square, the City of Sydney has become a critical site in the search for a new education facility. A search for a public school in the heart of the city – a very high high school.

The works from UTS Interior & Spatial Design Honours and Masters students breaks the rules of traditional school design to house 2000 students in Sydney’s Central Business District. The books and models displayed demonstrated ideas that challenge traditional notions of morphology and autonomy in search of ideas that afford spatial and economic viability within the regulations and constraints of the existing city.

Murder not Tragedy: Rana Plaza

Date: 13 July, 2015 to 28 August, 2015
Photos from the Drik Gallery, Dhaka, Bangladesh
On April 23 2013, workers evacuated a large garment factory known as Rana Plaza, in Dhaka, when they noticed large cracks in the structure. The next day workers were instructed to return to work, and the building collapsed leaving at least 1,100 people dead. 2,500 were rescued, many with very serious injuries. In June 2015, after two years of sustained pressure on the Government, 41 people have been charged with murder, including factory owners and government officials.

In 2013 Drik invited photographers, activists and other artists to submit work and register their protest. Their observations, recorded and imagined, formed the basis of this exhibition, which was brought to Australia by the Australia Bangladesh Solidarity Network.

Colour on the Concrete Exhibition

Date: 26 May, 2015 to 26 June, 2015
Colour on the Concrete was staged across multiple venues, including an exhibition on Level 4 of the City Campus Library.
Colour on the Concrete, curated by Janet Ollevou, explored different approaches and uses of colour and abstraction. It linked art, design and architecture from the late 1960s to contemporary art practice, and brought together major works from the UTS Art Collection across a number of locations around the University. The exhibition featured artworks by artists such as Marion Borgelt, Tony McGillick, Michael Nicholson, Col Jordan, Ken Unsworth, Michael Johnson and Victor Vassarely alongside recent acquisitions and loans to the Collection. 

Curations Exhibit: Textiles Global Print
Date: 7 April, 2015 to 15 May, 2015
Eleven Fashion & Textiles students travelled to regional Indian villages including Jaipur, Bagru and Pushkar, to explore a range of traditional textile print and dye techniques, alongside skilled artisan’s and craftspeople. The exhibition of student works focused on the traditional craft of woodblock printing and Indigo dyeing.

Curations Exhibit: Book Covers
17 December, 2014 to 27 February, 2015
A good book cover is eye-catching, legible and refined. An exceptional cover rises above visual cliché and conveys something of the essence of the book.
The first 'real world' project that UTS Visual Communication Design students undertake is to design a series of three book covers. Students must design a set of covers that critically engages with the visual language of their chosen genre and expresses the unique character of each book, while also conveying a consistent tone across the series.


Curations Exhibit: Architecture
5 November - 15 December 2014
Coincided with the Sydney Artchitecture Festival 2014
Post graduate and Undergraduate Architectural Design students displayed a broad range of projects from the UTS Architecture Faculty. Students were asked to test the limits and assumptions of architecture by exploring new ways in which to exercise their creative potential and ethical responsibilities in shaping the urban environment.

Curations Exhibit: Science
3 September - 17 October 2014
As part of the Ultimo Science Festival, UTS Library exhibited real-time multiple colour images of interactions between micro-organisms and living cells in the study of infectious diseases, leading cancer research imaging and a collaborative project with archaeologists to analyse the chemistry of pigments in ancient rock art.

Curations Exhibit: Design Futures
Date: August 2014
Talk: Stefan Lie / Design Talk - 21 August 2014
UTS Library explored the world of 3D printed design, design thinking, collaborative design futures and interactive product design. The works utilised design processes at the forefront of today’s industry and design thinking. We exhibited works by UTS students from the School of Design, furniture design by a leading Australian designer, rare design publications from the UTS Library Special Collections and volumes from the UTS Library design catalogue. Sydney based designer Stefan Lie discussed 3D printing and instant manufacturing techniques used to create customised and individual products at her '3D Printing and the Future of Manufacture' talk held on the 21st August 2014.

Curations Exhibit: Words
Date: May 2014
Words featured a selection of brilliant student works and Library collections, coinciding with the 2014 Sydney Writers’ Festival. Level 2 featured UTS Visual Communication student displays, specifically Publication Design and Motion Design projects. Visitors were able to discover a selection of novels, short stories, poetry and political essays from current UTS Staff, many of whom spoke at the Writers' Festival. UTS Alumni authors also had a presence at this fascinating and varied exhibit.

Curations Exhibit: Fashion
Date: April 2014
Talk: YSL Public Forum - 1 May 2014
Coincided with Sydney Fashion Week (April 6 - 10), UTS Library revealed its hidden fashion treasures and faux pas. A highlight of the event was an intimate salon soirée on the life and works of designer Yves Saint Laurent, presented by UTS Visiting Fellow Val Horridge. Visitors to the Library were able to take a look at a selection of new fashion books, see screenings of various UTS Fashion runway shows, student displays, and our special Yves Saint Laurent box set collection.

A program of innovative, challenging and controversial presentations showcasing the expertise of UTS staff and the wider community.


PANEL DISCUSSION in honour of Ada Lovelace Day
Celebrating Women in STEMM at UTS
Date: 8 October 2019
The event was opened by Professor Dianne Jolley, Dean, Faculty of Science and hosted by Dr Arti Argrawal, Director of Women in Engineering and IT, FEIT.
Panel: Dr Lana McClements, Dr Donna Sutherland, Dr Maria Sukkar, Professory Joanne Tipper and Professor Myriam Amielh.

UTS Green Week Forum - All abuzz about bees FORUM
UTS Green Week: All abuzz about bees
Date: 15 April 2019

Guest Speakers:
Nural Cokcetin - Microbiologist and medicinal honey expert with the UTS ithree Institute.
Judy Friedlander – Founder of FoodFaith: Planting Seeds, PhD candidate and environmental researcher with the UTS Institute of Sustainable Futures. 
Liane Colwell - Gastronomer and honey sommelier.

Proudly presented by UTS Library in collaboration with UTS Sustainability as part of Green Week 2019.


Going SolarFORUM
UTS Green Week: Going Solar - the future has arrived!
Date: 24 May 2018
Speakers: Jonathan Prendergast, UTS Green Infrastructure Project Manager and Carola Jonas, CEO and co-founder of Everty.

Hear from two experts in the field and have your questions answered at this forum on the solar energy revolution underway. Proudly presented by UTS Library in collaboration with UTS Sustainability as part of Green Week 2018.



PANEL DISCUSSION in honour of Ada Lovelace Day
STEMM Through the Looking Glass Panel
Date: 17 October 2017
Speakers: Professor Bill Gladstone and Professor Shari Forbes
Panel: Dr Cindy Gunawan, Professor Elise Van Den Hoven, Dr Mehra Haghi, Dr Catherine Burke, Dr Julia Prior and Dr Annette Dowd.

Tenth Anniversary of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Date: 13 September 2017
Speaker: Professor Natalie Stoianoff, Director of the Intellectual Property Program in the Faculty of Law and Chair of the Indigenous Knowledge Forum Committee.

2ser Talks Sustainability with UTS Library
Date: 28 July 2017
Talk: 2ser's Jake Morcom
Film Screening: A Plastic Ocean in collaboration with UTS C3 student Steph Gardner

Ending the Business of Slavery
Date: 25 July 2017
Speakers included: Matt Friedman, Jennifer Burn, Carolyn Kitto, Laura McManus, Patrick McKeller and Paul Redmond.

Artist in Residence Timo Rissanen
Dates: 6 June 2017 & 7 June 2017

Edible Weeds with Diego Bonetto
Date: 31 May 2017 

Private Land Rights are Killing Nature
Date: 25 May 2017
Teams: UTS Faculty of Law and the UTS Debating Society

Remembering Slavery: Recognition, Justice and Development
Date: 27 March 2017
Speakers included: Aminata Conteh-Biger, Christopher Woodthrope and Professor Jennifer Burn.



Celebrating Women in Science
Date: 15 August 2016
Panel: A/Professor Mike Ford, Professor Elizabeth Sullivan, A/Professor Alison Beavis, Dr Kristine McGrath, Dr Mary Coupland, A/Professor Alison Un and A/Professor Stella Valenzuela, 

25 Years of Reconciliation - Where Are We Now?
Date: 1 June 2016
Panel: Peter Cooley, Trista Sa'u, Paddy Gibson and Jason De Santalo.

Legal Responses to Domestic Violence: Where have we been? Where are we going?
Date: 30 May 2016
Presenter: Dr Jane Wangman

Eleanor Limprecht: Long Bay
Date: 10 May 2016

To protect oceans, allow countries to sell marine territory
Date: 26 May 2016
Teams: Faculty of Science and the UTS Debating Society
Video: https://youtu.be/fIwJxfMamp0 

Edible Weeds with Diego Bonetto
Date: 27 May 2016 



In Discussion with Jennifer Burn: Modern day slavery and human trafficking in Australia

Date: 5 November 2015

Urban farming and green roofs are just eco-bling
Date: 4 June 2015
Teams:  Faculty of DAB and the UTS Debating Society
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpRBxO5fHiM

In Discussion with Geoff Holland: Magna Carta -Law and Legend
Date: 15 June 2015

In Discussion: Peter Scott, Assistant DVC (Education)
Date: 22 October 2015
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SllzAtXuh8w



The bicycle is the most sustainable piece of engineering ever developed
Date: 5 June 2014
Teams: Faculty of Engineering and IT and the UTS Debating Society 
Video: http://hdl.handle.net/10453/28052

Talk by Alex Holcombe - Why it must win, and how it will win!
Date: 24 October 2015