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Explore Curtin Weekly Event Program

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What’s On: 22nd July – 26th July

Monday 22nd July

Orientation Week

Kicking off this week is Orientation Week! From Monday 22 to Friday 26 July the campus will be jam packed filled with all of the presentations, activities and tours you would ever need to get your head around your studies and the Curtin campus! This week is also useful if you need to sort out your student ID card, get your 2019 student sticker or your Guild sticker for a discount at Guild outlets!

Make sure you check out what is happening every day as there will be heaps of free food and activities, enjoy a free breakfast or hot chocolate, listen to some live acoustic performances or create a mug!

To make the most of the week and what is offered, log in to OASIS now and select the ‘Personalised Orientation Planner’ button to get started!

Pivotal Points Theatrical Performance by Jay Emmanuel

Come check out Pivotal Points an exciting and ground breaking theatrical performance by Jay Emmanuel. From the imagination of young theatre-makers comes an original new work, born from a simple question – What is the moment that changed your life?

Pivotal Points explores personal stories of transformation through theatrical episodes that reflect on our common desire for change, at once beautiful and macabre, brimming with humour, honesty and dilemmas. Set as a festival of short performances, Pivotal Points will use the entire Curtin University Campus as its stage, activating ordinary spaces in innovative ways.

The tour begins at Elizabeth Jolley Garden adjacent to the Vege Patch Café at Curtin University.

Monday, July 22nd at 2pm
Tuesday, July 23rd at 11am and 2pm
Wednesday, July 24th at 2pm
Thursday , July 25th at 11am and 2pm
Friday, July 26th at 2pm

Tuesday 23rd July

Make Your Own Snow Globe

We S(know) you are going to love this crafty activity. Come down to Atkinson Forum on Tuesday 23 July from 11.00 am to 2.00 pm in the Big Marquee outside of the Green Garden Cube! All materials will be provided and no bookings necessary, come down and create your own little globe to take home!

Friday 26th July

Decorate Your Own Lantern

Pop down to the Atkinson Forum big marquee on Friday July 26 to decorate your own paper lantern. Whether for yourself, a friend or just to test out your craft skills this FREE arts and craft workshop is open to all from 11.00 to 2.00 pm!

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Check out our Insta-fames! If your are down in Lower Henderson take a picture in our #DailyGrind frame or if you attend one of our gardening workshops you can take a picture in our #Plantsarefriends frame! If you spot them on campus take a couple of pics and tag us @Explore_Curtin in your posts! We will be handing our food truck vouchers for our favourite pictures, so get tagging!

Space Stairs

Check out our newest revamped ‘Space’ on campus, the Stairway to the Stars!  It is located just left of the Geology precinct on your way to the old Curtin bus station. You’re not going to be able to help but ‘stare’ at these stairs on your commute between classes!

We think it is out of this world and we cannot wait for you all to see it when you come back to campus!

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  1. Leah says:

    HI, I love your hammock park! can you please tell me where I can buy these hammocks?

    • Talei Howell-Price says:

      For a Hammock Hotel please contact Rubis

  2. Darilyn says:

    Can you give me some information about the guild market days please?

    • 277411d says:

      Hi There
      The Guild market Days are managed by the Student Guild. Please message them through their Facebook page for more information. Thanks, Jane

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