Upcoming events at Western Sydney University are listed below.

  • Aug 16
    Promiscuous Provenance | Art by Anna Glynn

    This exhibition encourages a re-examination of our relationship with our colonial past; is our identity built on a strange hybrid history?

  • Aug 30
    ACIAC Exhibition: Three Perfections

    A Mid-Autumn Chinese Australian Artists’ Exhibition

  • Oct 12
    Circuit Breaker

    Circuit Breaker, a collection of artworks made by the residents of Odyssey House NSW, an adult residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation program

  • Oct 26
    Writing & Society Research Centre seminar

    Special Seminar on Literary Translation: with Chris Andrews, Valentina Gosetti & Jim Rheingans

  • Oct 27
    Mind the Gap - Tending the Interface of art and therapy

    An exhibition featuring artworks by Andrew Bromley, Catherine Camden-Pratt, Johanna Davies, Kate Deacock, Mandy Evans, Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Joanna Jaaniste, Anita Lever, Joy Paton, Suzanne Perry, Martin Roberts, Sheridan Linnell and Sarah Versitano

  • Oct 31
  • Oct 31
    Book Launch: The Creativity Hoax: Precarious Work and the Gig Economy

    Join us for the launch of Associate Professor George Morgan's latest publication.

  • Nov 1
    HumanNature Series: Environmental Martyrdom and the Fate of the Forests

    Professor Rob Nixon investigates why growing numbers of environmental activists are risking their freedom and lives to protect the environment.

  • Nov 4
    Three Bridges Run

    If running is your passion you’ve come to the right place.

  • Nov 6
    Melbourne Cup Penrith (Kingswood) Campus

    The Penrith Provost Campus Committee warmly invites you to celebrate the race that stops the nation.

  • Nov 14
    ACIAC Seminar: Accessibility and Inclusiveness - Context and Text in Translating 'The Handmaid's Tale' into Chinese on SBS

    Dr Jing Han will deliver a seminar on subtitling critically-acclaimed drama, 'The Handmaid's Tale' on SBS.

  • Nov 19
  • Nov 26
    International Conference on Human Rights Education

    The 9th International Conference on Human Rights Education (9th ICHRE).

  • Dec 3
    DH Downunder

    DH Downunder is a one-week summer institute open to staff, students and anyone else who would like to learn digital research methods.

  • Jan 16
    Researching Post-Capitalist Possibilities PhD Summer School

    A 6-day Summer School course for PhD candidates and early career researchers.

  • Jul 17
    7th International and Interdisciplinary Emotional Geographies Conference, 17-19 July 2019

    Hosted by School of Social Sciences & Psychology (SSAP), Western Sydney University