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  • 06
    July 6, 2021

    Thorn-Clarke Masterclass

    17:00 -18:30
    06/07/2021
    University House at Professors' Walk
    1 Professors' Walk, Parkville, VIC 3010

     

    Join us at the Thorn-Clarke Masterclass with Chris Walsh!

    The name Thorn-Clarke derives literally from the relationship between two long time Barossa families. History dating back to 1870, Thorn-Clarke has six-generations of knowledge and experience in the Barossa wine industry. Vineyard development over 140 years has secured significant and diverse land holdings throughout the Barossa and Eden Valley. The family’s estate vineyards ensure Thorn-Clarke produces distinctive varietal wines true to their region.

    Chris Walsh has 21 years’ experience in the wine and hospitality industry, and has undertaken many different roles from retail management to front of house fine dining. He also holds a degree of Bachelor of Wine Marketing from the University of Adelaide.
    For the last 5 years he has been with Thorn-Clarke Wines as their Asia Pacific Market Manager, and is responsible for the sale and development of the brand across 14 countries. Prior to Thorn-Clarke, Chris worked at Negociants Australia. In addition, he was awarded the SA Area Manager of the year on multiple occasions, a state ‘Working With Wine’ finalist, and has completed WSET Level 3.


    BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL

    Member $15
    Non-member $25

  • 07
    July 7, 2021

    University House July Virtual Club Trivia

    18:30 -20:30
    07/07/2021

     

    We are moving online for Winter!

    Join our Trivia-masters Katie and Frank for our Club Trivia.

    Trivia kicks off at 6.30pm on Wednesday 7th July. Zoom details will be emailed to you closer to the date.

    Team Captains, you can register your team by following the link above. Captains, please register the team with the team name; and the names and email addresses for all team members. You can, of course, register as an individual and we will assign you to a team with fewer than 10 participants.

    Registration closes on Tuesday 6th July, 2pm.

  • 08
    July 8, 2021

    Dating Indigenous Art in the Kimberley

    17:30 -19:00
    08/07/2021
    University House at Professors' Walk
    1 Professors' Walk, Parkville, VIC 3010

     

    The University House Naidoc Week Event!

    Join us at the Dating Indigenous Art in the Kimberley, presented by Project Leader Professor Andy Gleadow.

    Prof Gleadow is an Emeritus Professor of Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne and a Director at Rock Art Australia (formerly Kimberley Foundation Australia). He has been a pioneer in the development of fission track dating methods for understanding the thermal and tectonic evolution of the continental crust, establishing Australia at the forefront of this field internationally. He has published widely on fission track and other thermochronological methods, especially as applied to extensional tectonics, the evolution of cratons and orogenic belts, sedimentary basin analysis, and landscape evolution.

    He currently leads the major collaborative dating project aimed at establishing a robust time scale for the remarkable Indigenous rock art of the Kimberley Region of NW Australia. The project is taking a multi-disciplinary approach with a combination of dating technologies and, for the first time, large data sets to change our understanding of Australian Aboriginal rock art and its relationship to an evolving landscape.

    We are delighted to have Prof Gleadow in the Club as he provides an enlightening presentation on the exquisite Kimberley Rock Art. There will also be time for a Q&A at the end of the lecture.

    Thursday 8th July, 5:30pm start.
    University House Professors’ Walk.

    Includes a glass of wine and canapes.

  • 14
    July 14, 2021

    Bastille Day Dinner

    18:00 -22:00
    14/07/2021

     

    Join us in celebrating Bastille Day over an indulging degustation dinner menu with special guest, Prof Peter McPhee AM.

    Prof McPhee was Deputy Dean and Acting Dean of the School of Graduate Studies in 1994-96, then Head of the Department of History in 1996-99. His most recent book is Liberty or Death: The French Revolution (2016).

    Peter will share his immense knowledge on Bastille Day and French history.

    The evening will include a performance by our University Club Choir.

    Wednesday 14th July
    6:30pm start
    University House at Woodward

    BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
    Member $130
    Non-member $145