Women who spent their teenage years as residents of Parramatta Girls Home are revealing their physical and mental scars through poignant art works.
Traditional ochre markings that adorned Eora men in the late 1700s have inspired Brenda L Croft’s ‘Sea of Hands’ installation at Barangaroo Headland.
UNSW researchers are merging art and technology in an interactive event for the Vivid Festival that aims to better understand what causes anxiety.
Internationally acclaimed artist and Scientia Professor Dennis Del Favero has been appointed an Executive Director at the Australian Research Council.
Celebrated artist and curator Brenda L Croft will use her prestigious Australia Council National Indigenous Arts Award to explore her father’s experiences as one of the Stolen Generation.
1950s-style circle skirts painted in the Albert Namatjira watercolour tradition will feature in a new national exhibition of contemporary desert art at UNSW Galleries.
The visual responses of Australian artists to the “immense human tragedy” of WWI are being explored in an exhibition at the Art Gallery of NSW.
Sarah Kenderdine tells Uniken how technological advances, like high-resolution 2D and 3D imaging, are transforming the museum experience.
The International Symposium on Electronic Art, co-chaired by new COFA Dean Professor Ross Harley, shows that digital art is a pervasive force.
Sydneysiders will be forced to think about their energy consumption when they use an appliance hooked up to a plant as part of an interactive art exhibition on sustainability.