The Adelaide Youth Orchestra will explore a whole new world of music when they present the new work of an acclaimed Adelaide composer...
For the third year running OzHarvest Adelaide will be serving up a free hot rescued lunch prepared by a team of leading chefs, while raising awareness about food waste.
Fair Trade Fortnight will be celebrated at the University of Adelaide with a Mad Hatter's Fair Trade Tea Party on Wednesday 20 May.
A new free mobile app promises to make the wonders of the University of Adelaide’s Waite Arboretum more accessible than ever before.
The University of Adelaide will again be embracing the festivities of Mad March in 2015, with both past and present students and staff showcasing their knowledge and talents to the wider community.
ARIA-award nominated band, Peking Duk, will head the band line up at the annual University of Adelaide Open Night on Thursday 11 December, joining other Australian groups: Allday, Safia, Flamingo, Skies and Cats DJs.
A controversial medication used by breastfeeding women should not be restricted in Australia because of the benefits it offers mothers and their babies, according to researchers at the University of Adelaide.
CanTeen’s annual fundraising and awareness campaign, National Bandanna Day, is set to take place once again on Friday, October 31th
Over the next few weeks the University of Adelaide will be holding three lectures that the public are invited to join.
New research at the University of Adelaide recommends that migrant and refugee children be exposed to more non-English-based subjects – such as art and sport – to help them to make friends, transition into school education and improve their wellbeing.
Research led by the University of Adelaide has resulted in new insights into clinical depression that demonstrate there cannot be a "one-size-fits-all" approach to treating the disease.
Researchers at the University of Adelaide have shown new media technologies such as smart phone apps may be an effective means of improving health outcomes for new mothers and their babies.
The final of Australia’s most lucrative and prestigious award for the collaborative pianist, the Accompanists’ Guild of SA’s 29th Geoffrey Parsons Award, took place on August 18th in Adelaide at the Elder Conservatorium of Music, The University of Adelaide.
As part of About Time: South Australia’s History Festival, Adelaide City Council is asking city residents, students, workers and visitors to submit their favourite buildings.
The Guild has been responsible for a good many excellent and award winning productions, and this is certainly another in that category.
Recycling behaviour change campaign spearheaded by monsters!
Come and support Adelaide's top coders while they battle it out for prizes and glory!
If you have shied away from Shakespeare in past because you have always thought that it would be dry and incomprehensible, then this is the Shakespeare that you have been looking for.
From finding out about different areas of study, to seeing how many cars it takes to break a piece of steel, or discovering how healthy you really are – there will be something for everyone at this year’s University of Adelaide Open Day on Sunday 19 August.
Close your eyes and you could have been excused for thinking that you were listening to a professional orchestra. This was another high quality concert from this talented and very enthusiastic group of young musicians.