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Exhibitions and displays

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History of UniSQ

This exhibition reveals the journey from the early development and establishment years (1960s), including examples of memories associated with University celebrations and anniversaries and the Distance and International Education program.

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Peter Rorke Exhibition 

A remarkable composer, musician and educator, Peter Rorke was Associate Professor and later Head of Music Program in the Faculty of Arts between 1977 and 1995. Professor Rorke was instrumental in setting up the UniSQ Music Department. He also founded the Toowoomba Concert Orchestra, the UniSQ Sinfonia, the student orchestra and opera at the University. The Peter Rorke exhibition is comprised of memorabilia associated with his professional life.

UniSQ Memorabilia Exhibition

A broad range of interesting objects can be found in this display, such as the official seals of the DDIAE and UCSQ, wine glasses, cups, bookmarks, keyrings, UniSQ’s European Studies Centre (Bretten, Germany) pewter plate, Melanchton medal, etc. The majority of these memorabilia have been donated by former UniSQ employees or students.

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Old Technology Exhibition

This exhibition provides a snapshot of the diversity of technology items previously used at UniSQ such as computers, calculators, office equipment, typewriters, etc.

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