Issue 25
7 November 2007

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Northern Editions feature print: Ivan Namarnyilk's Mula 2007

Ivan Namarnyilk
Mula 2007
image: 33 x 49cm; sheet: 54 x 80cm
Edition of 50
Collaborator/Printer: Leon Stainer
Published by the artist and Northern Editions printmaking studio and Gallery at Charles Darwin University, Darwin
Price: $395 (GST inclusive)


CDU Press new release

A collection of papers from the symposium: The Crisis in Timor-Leste: Understanding the Past, Imagining the Future held at CDU in November 2006.

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Sue Kildea in Mongolia

CDU's Graduate School for Health Practice a hub for research excellence

CDU's Graduate School for Health Practice has some of Australia's most productive researchers in terms of success in research grants. They are also midwives and nurses. Read more >>

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7-24 November : One thread - 2007 Bachelor of Visual Arts graduate exhibition
7-24 November : Where wild things... - CDU visual arts graduate exhibition
9-24 November : Kuel Kewl OK - CDU Certificate IV in Visual and Contemporary Craft student exhibition
9-24 November : S.N.A.P. - CDU VET fashion studies and visual art and contemporary craft student exhibition
9 November : Mr Toad comes to Darwin: An evolutionary perspective on the cane toad invasion of Australia - SER seminar series
12 Nov-17 Dec : Treasures in ink - Northern Editions Christmas sale and exhibition
13-15 November : AETM Conference
15-17 November : Emerge - CDU graphic and multi-media student exhibition
17-18 November : 2007 History Colloquium
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Health of Darwin Harbour under the microscope

Health of Darwin Harbour under the microscope

The health and sustainability of Darwin Harbour are coming under the microscope of local and interstate researchers as part of a three year, major research project conducted by the TRaCK consortium. Read more >>

Mozzie experiment to reduce the itch

Mozzie experiment aims to reduce the itch

A team of experts, including CDU researchers, is undertaking an experiment to improve the management of mosquito-borne diseases in Darwin. Read more >>

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Australia's diesel revolution thwarted without training

The success of next generation frugal and environmentally friendly diesel cars in Australia will be jeopardised unless urgent action is taken to address training in this new technology for apprentices. Read more >>

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2007 Association of Education Technology Managers conference

Multimedia technology managers from Australia and New Zealand will descend on CDU for the 2007 Association of Education Technology Managers conference. Read more >>

2007 History Colloquium

The history and cultural events of the Northern Territory will be explored as part of the 2007 History Colloquium. Read more >>

Health aspects of disaster a success

A recent CDU short course aimed at teaching health practitioners and students how to deal with the effects of a major disaster and medical pandemics has been heralded a success. Read more >>

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Ronja Moss

CDU student bags national film award

Alice Springs CDU student Ronja Moss has been awarded $5000 to develop an advertising campaign for a fashion bag designer after winning a national film competition in Melbourne. Read more >>

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Johann Sebastian Bach

Research casts doubt on Bach's claim to Cello Suites

New evidence from a six-year study of various Johann Sebastian Bach manuscripts suggests that Bach did not compose the highly acclaimed Six Cello Suites. Read more >>

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Elka Kerkhofs

Elka wins big at ATOM Awards

CDU graduate Elka Kerkhofs has won the award for Best Tertiary Animation at the 2007 Enhance TV ATOM Awards. Read more >>

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CDU students powering ahead in remote NT

CDU students powering ahead in remote NT

CDU electrotechnology students from across regional NT have completed enhanced training by Power and Water Corporation in Alice Springs. Read more >>

Jennifer Koenig

Woodcarvings a sustainable art in Arnhem Land

Research into the use of harvested trees for woodcarving in Arnhem Land has found the practice is sustainable at current levels, reducing uncertainly about the viability of the art form. Read more >>

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CAH student exhibitions

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Find out more about One Thread...   Find out more about Kuel Kewl OK...
Find out more about S.N.A.P. ... Find out more about Emerge...
Anita Angel in front of Gifted exhibition

A Gifted opening for CDU art collection

The CDU Art Collection, in association with the School of Creative Arts and Humanities, recently opened Gifted: Recent donations of limited edition prints by 49 contemporary Australian artists. Read more >>

Northern Editions feature print: Ivan Namarnyilk's Mula 2007

Northern Editions feature print

This delicately rendered etching by Kakadu artist Ivan Namarnyilk depicts a Mimi Spirit accompanied by an emu, bush yams and spears. Read more >>

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