Camperdown, NSW 2006
The Conference is located within University of Sydney's Camperdown campus. The University of Sydney is consistently ranked in the top 50 universities in the world, and is known internationally as leaders in education, research, student experience and graduate employability. Find out more here.
Holme Building, Science Road, Univerisity of Sydney NSW, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 2050
The Symposium will take place in the Refectory room in the Holme building of the Camperdown Campus of the University of Sydney.
Originally, the Holme building was built in 1910 by architect Walter Liberty Vernon for the University Union and was named the The Union Building. It was renamed the Holme Building in 1975 after Ernest Rudolph Holme, who was President of the Union at various times between 1902 and 1913. The Refectory was originally built as a dining hall for the Union building but is now used for various social events (conferences, weddings, graduation ceremonies…).
In the Refectory there are three murals decorating the room. The first of three murals are by artist, Vergil Lo Schiavo, who donated his time and art over multiple decades. He was awarded the Sulman Prize in 1945 for the first mural titled “A Tribute to Shakespeare.” A second mural, “ A Tribute to Dickens” was commissioned for the Western Gallery in 1951 and completed onsite in 1952. The third larger mural in the Refectory, “Mankind” was painted by the artist in 1971. Lo Schiavo had studied painting in Rome and Florence and had painted murals for banks and public buildings in Sydney before the Union gave him permission to paint the murals in the Refectory.
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