Grace Wine Tasting

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Grace Winery, (company name “Chuo Budoshu” in Japanese) was established in 1923 in Katsunuma, the birthplace of Japan’s wine industry and today the wine hub of Japan. Our brand name “Grace Wine” is named after the Three Graces. Misawa Vineyard is located in Akeno-cho, Yamanashi prefecture, where is well known as the longest sunshine hours […]

Ella Dunn Art Opening

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We are pleased to welcome Ella Dunn’s artwork into University House. Free for Members. There will be drinks and nibbles provided. Come along and celebrate Ella’s extraordinary work! “Predominantly working with oil on canvas, she explores the world of the ‘everyday’, paying homage to the ‘everyday’ man, the mundane experiences and connections of time, place […]

Book Club – Bio

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Group Information Biographies (including autobiography and memoir) features the lives of artists, musicians, scientists, politicians, reformers, travellers and literary figures. HPP is more analytical, and books will draw on: history, politics & society; philosophy & religion. Which one should I choose? Flexibility between genres and times allows for ‘double-dipping’ that is, for any ravenous readers […]

Book Club – HPP

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Group Information Biographies (including autobiography and memoir) features the lives of artists, musicians, scientists, politicians, reformers, travellers and literary figures. HPP is more analytical, and books will draw on: history, politics & society; philosophy & religion. Which one should I choose? Flexibility between genres and times allows for ‘double-dipping’ that is, for any ravenous readers […]

Shakespeare: Stage, Screen and Scholarship w/ Dr David McInnis and Chris Wallace-Crabbe AM

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To coincide with the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death on April 23rd, the University of Melbourne marks the year with a program of lectures, exhibitions, performances and screenings to celebrate the legacy of the world’s most revered poet and playwright. University House will be hosting a dialogue between Dr David McInnis and Christopher Wallace-Crabbe AM, […]

Quiz Night

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Nibbles & hot chips on tables with drinks available at the bar. Make up a team or join one on the night, guests welcome. RSVP: Nick Sharman n.sharman@unimelb.edu.au.

Book Club – BIO

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Group Information Biographies (including autobiography and memoir) features the lives of artists, musicians, scientists, politicians, reformers, travellers and literary figures. HPP is more analytical, and books will draw on: history, politics & society; philosophy & religion. Which one should I choose? Flexibility between genres and times allows for ‘double-dipping’ that is, for any ravenous readers […]