2021 Roy and Maureen Davies Memorial Lecture was presented by our favourite pianist, Ken Chilcott, in the elegant ambience and marvellous acoustic of Hobart’s Town Hall on February 11. Ken’s program, which included works by Chopin, Schumann, Beethoven, Lehar, Paderewski and Victor Borge, was enthusiastically received by the near capacity audience.
Our new home is the Old Commerce Annex on the UTAS Sandy Bay campus. See Location for a detailed map.
Read the details of our move from The Philip Smith Centre in our latest newsletter: Newsletter 141, February 2021
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Advice from DHS, Tasmania
The Guided Tour of piyura kitina (Risdon Cove) with Dewayne Everettsmith took place on Monday 22 February. Lots of happy members enjoyed ‘a stunningly good outing in a gorgeous venue’. This was a great start to U3A Hobart’s 2021 program.
2021 Annual General Meeting of University of the Third Age -Hobart Inc.
Where: Old Commerce Building Annex (off French St.), UTAS
When: Saturday 27 February, 3pm
Followed by an informal inspection of the new premises, and a Covid-safe afternoon tea.
2020 Financial Statements
Top 100 Online Courses of All Time (The 100 highest rated FREE online courses and MOOCs from top universities around the world)
UTAS Island Campus Study opportunities
The Island Project aims to look at whether later-life education can reduce the risk of dementia. To do this UTAS is waiving HECS fees for Island participants on a wide range of courses as a part of the Campus Study. Anyone 50 and over and living in Tasmania can apply.
Other recommended online courses providers:
- Tasmanian Arts Guide: Places to go
- Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
- Musica Viva Tasmania
- The Playhouse
- Theatre Royal
- UTAS public lectures & forums
- State Cinema
- Libraries Tasmania
- Kettering Concerts
- Virtuosi Tasmania
- Baha’i Centre Soul Food
- City of Hobart: latest news and upcoming events
- COTA Tasmania: the voice of older Tasmanians