Director, The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health.
This annual award enables up-and-coming artists, researchers and educators to learn from the best and brightest in one of the USA’s oldest cities.
This is an edited transcript of the address given by Julian Burnside QC at the Palfreeman forum and fundraiser, St Francis’ Church hall, on October 27, 2013.
It goes without saying that Melbourne is synonymous with cafes, fine dining, theatre and the arts – the entertainment side of the city is without question.
Fund-raising forum to be held on October 27
The ongoing development of Australia’s creative and intellectual capital
Is the future of democracy safe in the hands of the under-30s?
Cross-Cultural Consultant and Curator at the Immigration Museum’s Faith, fashion, fusion exhibition.
Advocate for a healthier society; Director of the 2013 Festival of Ideas at the University of Melbourne.
Award-winning author David Marr’s latest work, released last week, is Quarterly Essay 51, The Prince: Faith, Abuse and George Pell. Marr will also investigate the life and career of Australia’s…
As many Melbournians know, Richard Lowenstein has a special place in the city’s cultural milieu.
How well we feel is a complex interaction of many factors, especially our mood, but also includes body chemistry, nutritional balance and the absence of disease.