The Archibald Prize is the case of an unavoidable meeting between popular culture and those whose lives are defined by their passion for art, writes Joanna Mendelssohn.
'Voyeur', a lone figure born from 3D imaging, has won sculptor and COFA lecturer, Louis Pratt, one of Australia’s most lucrative art prizes.
UNSW Vice-Chancellor Professor Fred Hilmer has announced the appointment of Professor Ross Harley as Dean of the College of Fine Arts.
A meditative video of a young girl playing in a Turkish mosque has won COFA graduate Fabian Astore this year’s Blake Prize for Religious Art.
The tale of a mythical creature transforming into a majestic dragon, created by COFA graduate Sushan Yue, is UNSWTV’s most popular video.
Contemporary textile designs inspired by the traditional fabrics of Western India are part of a student exhibition at COFA.
Artist and PhD candidate, Baden Pailthorpe, has been awarded a national grant to curate a new media exhibition exploring military technologies.
COFA student Idil Abdullahi is transforming traditional cultural symbols into works of art for an exhibition showcasing the creative talents of Muslim women.
While Tupac’s performance at Coachella shows the potential of holographic-like technologies, there is much more exciting work being conducted by researchers, writes Paula Dawson.
Artist Allan Giddy’s pioneering technology is transforming Sydney’s iconic Moreton Bay fig trees into works of art.