The 2018 edition of the world's biggest outdoor public art exhibit features six UNSW alumni and one current student.
Two dozen art galleries, museums and cultural institutions have teamed up for the launch of the Sydney Culture Network - a UNSW driven initiative.
Australia’s first high-tech festival to explore the experience of anxiety will fuse art, science and technology to shake up approaches to mental health.
Su Goldfish’s 40-year search for her lost family has been captured in a powerful new documentary.
UNSW has recognised the achievements of one of the "giants of Australian art" John Olsen, with a studio named in his honour.
A mobile glucose monitor for diabetics and a textile range inspired by climate change have won two UNSW graduates prestigious Design Institute of Australia awards.
The relationship between art, technology and the human experience is the focus of one of three major exhibitions at UNSW Galleries.
With Marina Abramović in Sydney for a two-week residency, Professor Ian Howard from UNSW Art & Design will unveil rare footage from his first encounter with the provocative performance artist.
Museums are reinventing themselves to find new audiences. This has been termed the "Bilbao effect", after the Frank Gehry-designed Guggenheim satellite that transformed an obscure Spanish town into a tourist destination.
An art extravaganza exploring the “psychedelic and destructive” world of the carnival will bring one of Sydney’s abandoned fun parks back to life this weekend.