Written by renowned British playwright, Caryl Churchill, Love & Information is a play that vividly captures ordinary moments in ways that provoke reflection on ourselves, our loves and obsessions, and the times in which we live.
UNSW Arts and Social Sciences has become a key partner of the Sydney Film Festival to showcase the best of international and local cinema.
Hip hop artist, jazz drummer and UNSW's first Indigenous music graduate Rhyan Clapham is using his rap music to combat racism and strengthen ties in Aboriginal communities.
Two UNSW journalism students will spend their summer working in Indonesia's dynamic media scene after being awarded New Colombo Plan grants to take up internships in Jakarta.
Bronze Age musical instruments and Australia's catastrophic bushfires have inspired Andrew Schultz's dramatic composition for the Sydney Symphony Orchestra's tour of China.
Sixty years have passed since Marlon Brando starred in the 1954 classic On The Waterfront, which marked a year of sheer, concentrated brilliance in international cinema, writes Julian Murphet.
Although often purely sensationalist, horror films offer a radical shake up of the genre system, argues Julian Murphet.
One of Australia’s leading composers, Paul Stanhope, has been appointed the new Artistic Chair of the Australia Ensemble, UNSW’s resident chamber music group.
UNSW writers and artists will bring their talents to two of Sydney’s most dynamic cultural events – the Sydney Writers’ Festival and the Sydney Film Festival.
For opera to flourish in this country, both the Sydney Opera House and Opera Australia need to commit to the ongoing revitalisation of opera itself, writes Michael Hooper.