UNSW alumna and artist Alice Couttoupes is among beneficiaries of the Freedman Foundation Travelling Scholarship for Emerging Artists who are bringing the fruits of their travels to a new exhibition.
Tired of homogenised fashion advertising, Chris Loutfy wants to see models of diverse backgrounds feature in mainstream campaigns.
Lindsay Kelley's work at the Powerhouse Museum has a whiff of cannibalism about it – but visitors can rest assured that everything tastes good.
Artworks at the second Beijing Media Arts Biennale will provoke international audiences considering the intersection of technology, art and semi-living things.
Trump Baby is the latest in a long history of visual protests. But is this 'cheap shot street theatre' truly effective, or should we ask more of protest artists?
The new exhibition, which opened on Friday, features the work of global artists who experiment with plant dyes and earth pigments.
John Russell, who was destined to become an engineer, instead became an artist in fin de siècle France – and a friend of Van Gogh, Monet and Rodin.
UNSW's contributions to the Vivid festival sparkle with electrical energy, emotion and creativity.
Professor Mari Velonaki is building a future where robots enhance humanity and have a positive impact on society, writes Susanna Smith.
UNSW experts collaborated on an exhibition that used innovative techniques to restore an unseen portrait of Henry VIII and solve a mystery from the 16th century.