COFA lecturer and internationally acclaimed hologram artist, Paula Dawson will create the world's largest hologram in Melbourne's Federation Square.
Three COFA graduates have been selected to take part in the Venice Biennale 2009, along with COFA curator Felicity Fenner.
COFA lecturer, Allan Giddy will transport the spirit of the Beijing Olympics to Sydney's Olympic Park in a unique sound installation.
Students from the FBE and COFA blitz the nation's design competitions.
For the second year in a row a graduate from UNSW's College of Fine Arts has won the Archibald Prize.
A group of four universities, lead by UNSW, are working on a ground-breaking research project which will investigate current models of studio teaching in architecture, art and design in Australia.
COFA student Lucy Simpson's visual portrayal of her life has won her a spot in a worldwide cultural exchange project.
Twelve UNSW students have worked on the design of the 2008 IKEA catalogue, which is in stores now.
A world-first symposium at UNSW will look at new trends in the field of design education and the growing collaboration between architects, engineers and designers.
Thirty eight design and engineering students will construct an enormous sculpture of a snake, nick-named Ed, on the UNSW campus to celebrate multi-disciplinary design education.