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What's On

March

Art and Design Exhibition -- 'Sensation: Prints and Works on Paper', by Jeannie Heynatz, Jenny Peterson and Amanda Thompson, until 30 March. Building 6S, Gippsland. For further information, contact +61 3 9902 6261.

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Faculty of Law Costello Lecture -- 'Australia and the death penalty: are we really against it?' by Lex Lasry, QC. Monash University Law Chambers, 472 Bourke Street, Melbourne, 6.15 pm. For further information, contact Mr Ben Wallis +61 3 9905 2326 or email marketing@law.monash.edu.au.

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National Centre for Language Training Seminar -- 'Doing business in India'. Monash City Offices, 12.30--4.30 pm (light lunch provided). For further information or to register, contact Ms Sally Staddon +61 3 9905 2184 or email sally.staddon@arts.monash.edu.au.

April

Rodney Forbes Exhibition -- 'Stories in Paint, Rodney Forbes 1995--2005'. Official opening, 7 April, 6 pm, Gallery 4, Latrobe Regional Gallery, 138 Commercial Road, Morwell. Exhibition runs 1 April to 7 May. Gallery hours are 10 am -- 5 pm, Mondays to Fridays, and 11 am -- 4 pm, Saturdays and Sundays. For further information, contact +61 3 5128 5700.

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Faculty of Law Seminar -- 'Coffee House: Bourdieu, Butler and the socialisation of law students' by Professor Desmond Manderson, Canada Research Chair in Law and Discourse, McGill University, Canada; Staff Library, room 215, Faculty of Law (building 12), Clayton, 1.10 pm. Reservations essential. To register or for further information, email helen.clements@law.monash.edu.au.

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Visual Culture Screening Season 2006 -- 'Twentynine Palms' (Bruno Dumont, USA , 2003), presented by the School of English, Communications and Performing Studies. Building 11, S704, 11--1 pm (bring your lunch). For further information, email deane.williams@arts.monash.edu.au.

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Centre for Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies research seminar -- 'Monsters and Cultural Encounters', by Svend Erik Larsen, Professor of Comparative Literature in the Institute of Aesthetic Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark; building 11, room W809, 3--5 pm. For further information, contact +61 3 9905 2208.

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School of Music -- Conservatorium -- Music at Lunchtime Concert Series -- 'Best of their class'. Music Auditorium, building 68, Clayton, 1.10--1.50 pm, $3 per person, at the door. For further information, contact Ms Angela Maison-Harmon, on +61 3 9905 4698.

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Asia Institute and Centre for Studies in Religion and Theology seminar -- 'Working with the mind and emotions: Hindu and Buddhist perspectives'. Building 25, room S3, Clayton, 2--5 pm. Entry is free but register by 6 April with tony.donaldson@adm.monash.edu.au (use 'Mind and emotions seminar' in email subject heading). For further information, visit www.arts.monash.edu.au/mai/seminars.html#mindemotions.

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Department of Chemical Engineering Seminar -- 'Coating R&D activities in Taiwan', by Professor Ta-Jo Liu, Department of Chemical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan. Building 36, room 222, Clayton, 3 pm. For further information, contact Dr Karen Hapgood on +61 3 9905 3428.

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School of Music -- Conservatorium -- Music at Lunchtime Concert Series --'TTT Tenor', Music Auditorium, building 68, Clayton, 1.10--1.50 pm. $3 per person, at the door. For further information, contact Angela Maison-Harmon on +61 3 9905 4698.

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School of Political and Social Inquiry Seminar -- 'Liberty vs security: a necessary trade off?' Forum, Monash Law Chambers, 472 Bourke Street, Melbourne, 10 -- 4 pm. For further information, contact Mr James Corera on +61 3 9905 2899 or email james.corera@arts.monash.edu.au.

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Visual Culture Screening Season 2006 -- 'Grizzly Man' (Werner Herzog, USA, 2005), presented by the School of English, Communications and Performing Studies. Building 11, S704, 11--1 pm (bring your lunch). For further information, email deane.williams@arts.monash.edu.au.

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School of Music -- Conservatorium -- Music at Lunchtime Concert Series -- 'Future funk'. Music Auditorium, building 68, Clayton, 1.10--1.50 pm. $3 per person, at the door. For further information, contact Ms Angela Maison-Harmon on +61 3 9905 4698.