Faculty of Health, Arts and Design

Past events

Discover the range of past events hosted by the Faculty of Health, Arts and Design.

Adobe Maker's Day: Playing with Animation using Character Animate

This workshop introduces play-based-making using Adobe Character Animate. It explores the basics of creating an animated character that reacts to your movement using this program and unpacks how you might use these tools to develop


Adobe Maker's Day: Playing with Podcasts using Audition

This workshop introduces play-based-making using Adobe Audition. It explores the basics of working with sound using this program and unpacks how to create fun, meaningful or terribly serious and important podcasts. 


School of Design Folio Seminar

Learn how to prepare your CV and folio and hunt for your dream job in a range of design disciplines.


How Narrative Sports Content Builds Fan Connection

Join us for a discussion on how sports content develops fan connection and the emerging role of sport documentaries and narrative content.


National Adobe XD Creative Jam

Register with a team to compete in a week-long Creative Jam against students across Australia and New Zealand with the chance to win prizes!


Professional Networking with Confidence Workshop

FSET’s Student Engagement in partnership with Careers & Employability proudly present “Professional Networking with Confidence”.


CUTransitions Talks

Privileged female Migration from the Global South to the Global North - an ethnographic case study of relatively privileged Colombian female migrants living in Melbourne, Australia.


CSI Swinburne Lunchtime Seminar - Dr Susan Phillips

The Editor-in-Chief of the leading international nonprofit journal, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, gives an overview of the ‘inside’ of a journal’s decision-making, and provides tips for success in the peer-review process.


Walking in VR Colloquium

An informal discussion with Professor Jeffrey Hausdorff (Tel-Aviv University) and other experts, about advances in the use of virtual reality in health care and why we measure real-world gait.


CFBS Seminar Series opening address - The Second Convict Age: Explaining the Return of Mass Imprisonment in Australia

The Centre for Forensic Behavioural Science presents the 2020 Opening Address by The Hon. Dr Andrew Leigh, MP. The Second Convict Age: Explaining the Return of Mass Imprisonment in Australia.