Art, Architecture & Design

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An innovative professional experience program connecting arts students with companies like Macquarie Bank, Artspace and Hello Social is transforming the traditional internship.

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E-sports like League of Legends have millions of viewers, prize pools equal to major televised events and a few US unis are even offering scholarships in e-sports. UNSW's Dr Tom Apperley explores this huge phenomenon in the latest episode of UNSWTV's pop culture series Know Thy Selfie.

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Radically different thinking is required in the construction industry if perennial problems like safety, productivity, industrial relations and gender diversity are to be addressed, writes Martin Loosemoore.

More than 150 architecture students have contributed their visual and design expertise to Opera Australia’s latest production Eighth Wonder, which celebrates the construction of Sydney’s Opera House.

A laser-cut, room-sized metal sculpture referencing reality TV has won a major UNSW prize at this year’s Sculpture by the Sea.

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Award-winning landscape architect Professor Richard Weller will next week deliver UNSW Built Environment’s Utzon Lecture, Atlas for the End of the World, to mark the 50th anniversary of landscape architecture in Australia.

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Delivering the annual Bradfield Oration, Lucy Turnbull has revealed that three great cities are emerging in the Greater Sydney Region as the focal points for how planners will make life more liveable, productive and sustainable for everyone.

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Chief Commissioner of the Greater Sydney Commission Lucy Turnbull AO has been appointed Adjunct Professor at the Faculty of Built Environment. 

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John McGhee’s 3D visualisation of a breast cancer cell has been nominated for an international Unity Award, joining the likes of the visual effects company behind Disney’s Jungle Book.

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The latest Red Cross World Disasters Report is calling for a radical change in the way we manage and prepare for natural disasters.

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