Upcoming events at Western Sydney University are listed below.

  • Jan 28
    Exhibition: Contemplating Affective Landscapes

    A collection of works by Dawne Fahey

  • Feb 25
    ACIAC Art Exhibition: As We Journey Through Life

    There are many challenges and authenticity in the real world. Bingbing Chen takes us to on a journey of fragility, hope and optimism.

  • Mar 19
    Art Exhibition: After All

    An exhibition of works by Visual Arts teachers from Bossley Park High School.

  • Apr 26
    Symposium - 'Religion and Race/ialisation in Australia'

    Australia has recently seen the return of ‘race politics’ which is often connected to the religious faith of those being racialized.

  • Apr 26
    Writing & Society Research Centre seminar

    Alix Beeston (Cardiff U) on 'Frozen in the Glassy, Bluestreaked Air: John Dos Passos’s Photographic Metropolis'.

  • Apr 27
    Public Astronomy Night April 27

    The riches of the Universe.

  • Apr 29
    Grammar Workshop

    Free 2 day Grammar Workshop available

  • Apr 29
    Free Academic Literacy Workshops

    2 and 4 day Academic Literacy Workshops April/May 2019

  • Apr 29
    eResearch: Excel for Researchers - Campbelltown Campus

    eResearch: Excel for Researchers - Course for academics and HDR Candidates.

  • Apr 30
    SSAP Challenging Racism Project Seminar

    The presentation discusses the issue of perception vs. 'reality' of the insider/outsider view.

  • May 1
    eResearch: Excel for Researchers - Penrith Campus

    eResearch: Excel for Researchers for Academics and HDR candidates.

  • May 1
    ACIAC Seminar: Takeuchi’s Lu Xun / China’s Takeuchi 竹内《魯迅》・中国の竹内好

    In this seminar, Professor Jon Eugene von Kowallis will talk about modern Chinese literature and his foremost exponent in Japan.

  • May 3
    Writing & Society Research Centre seminar

    Carla Guelfenbein: On being a Chilean writer and a woman writer.

  • May 4
    I Spy: Family Fun day at the Whitlam Institute

    Know a spy kid? You're invited to the Whitlam Institute's family fun day featuring our exhibition SPY: Espionage in Australia.

  • May 7
    ACIAC Artist Workshop “Peasantography: Photographing Left Behind Children”

    Photo project addressing the unique voice of contemporary socially engaged Chinese art through a specific case study on these "Left Behind Children".

  • May 9
    SSAP Professorial Lecture - Shaking the Cybersecurity Kaleidoscope - An Immersive Look into Human Behaviour and Cybersecurity

    Professor Maurushat will weave a story through the thread of human behaviour & cybersecurity with the primary objective of making sense out of chaos.

  • May 13
    ACIAC Art Exhibition: Adam Chang's Pandas and Treasures

    This exhibition includes a collection of seven paintings by award-wining Chinese Australian artist — Adam Chang.

  • May 14
    Exhibition: Where it Shines

    An exhibition featuring the works of Grace Sui.

  • May 16
    Women in Maths

    The First Women in Mathematics Day in Western Sydney will celebrate the achievements and contributions of women active in Mathematics.

  • May 16
    Making the City Series - Resilience

    The 2019 Making the City (MTC19) speaker series is a collection of six events from March to October 2019.

  • May 16
    ACIAC Art Exhibition Opening Event: Adam Chang's Pandas and Treasures

    The exhibition opening of a collection of seven paintings, ranging from celebrity portraits to the grand environmentalist natural kingdom series, by award-winning Chinese-Australian artist, Adam Chang.

  • May 18
    Art Exhibition Opening: Where it Shines

    An exhibition featuring the works of Grace Sui.

  • May 22
    Public Lecture: 'Are Filter Bubbles Real?'

    In this public lecture, Professor Axel Bruns (QUT) considers the evidence for and against filter bubbles.

  • May 31
    2019 Researcher Development Showcase

    Register now for the Researcher Development Showcase Event.

  • Jun 24
    Neuropsychology conferences 2019

    Neuropsychology conference

  • Aug 8
    Property and Construction Management Expo

    The event connects Western Sydney students in all years of study with a wide range of employers in the Property and Construction industry.

  • Aug 27
    Tourism and Heritage Careers Expo

    This event will connect Western Sydney University Tourism and Heritage students with a wide range of employers from relevant industries.