Category: News

Ben Read at Dlux Media!

Ben Read from our class has had his work Waves (2015) selected as part of dlux Media Art’s Is This Art? Screenings at the Artereal Gallery in Rozelle on November 11.

Congrats Ben!

If you’re in Sydney on the 11th November come along. Or hell, why not make a special trip!
I’m sure Ben would be very happy to see you there on November 11.

Alan Berliner Retrospective at Antenna

Free Screening at UOW

Ivory Tower will be screened next week by the NTEU at UOW – For Free! 

Screening details: Thursday 13th August at 5:30pm, Room 20.4 on Wollongong Campus (communications bld. near library).

This US made doco, produced by the makers of ‘An inconvenient truth’, shines a light on the debt accumulated by US students in their heavily privatised tertiary system. It highlights the pressure on University staff to get ‘results’ above all else and questions if the race to the top in institutional rankings is in fact a race to the bottom.  So put the date in your diary, Thursday 13 August, 5.30pm, Room 20.4 & Book your FREE Ivory Tower tx at

This free screening hosted by our union, the NTEU, aims to help University Staff understand what the Uni Fee Deregulation legislation, proposed by Federal Education Minister Christopher Pyne, is designed to do to Australia public universities. At the screening we will also be explaining what our union, in concert with the rest of our union movement, is doing about the changes proposed. We will be explaining what staff, students and community members can do to Defend Our Universities. To find more about that campaign be there next week on Thursday the 13th August, and you can also check out more about the campaign at;

Spread the word, invite students & colleagues where you can, & be there on Thursday 13th August. Together we can Defend Our Universities!

If you want event flyers to distribute or more details on the event please contact Martin Cubby on the details below

Martin Cubby
NTEU  Union Organiser – UOW  |  
t. (02) 4221 ext. 3701
Room 1043
Bld. 19, UOW Campus