From Opal Tower to Sculpture by the Sea, we look back on the top UNSW Built Environment stories in 2019.
The biggest outdoor public art exhibition in the world is back featuring more than 100 sculptures by Australian and international artists.
UNSW's participation in Sculpture by the Sea was a major step in improving understanding of post-traumatic stress disorder, writes Lucy Carroll.
The 2018 edition of the world's biggest outdoor public art exhibit features six UNSW alumni and one current student.
A team from UNSW Sydney are behind a sculpture and video installation featuring in this year's Sculpture by the Sea exhibition.
Sculptor Harrie Fasher, winner of the prestigious Helen Lempriere Scholarship, is one of six UNSW Art & Design graduates in this year's Sculpture by the Sea.
A laser-cut, room-sized metal sculpture referencing reality TV has won a major UNSW prize at this year’s Sculpture by the Sea.
An arrogant, larger than life figure representing Australia’s reliance on coal has been selected for a major UNSW prize in this year’s Sculpture by the Sea exhibition.
Forget Bondi. UNSW's Richard Goodwin has taken his latest public art work to Scandinavia for Denmark’s version of Sculpture by the Sea.
UNSW is proud to be an event partner of Sculpture by the Sea, with four COFA alumni exhibiting their works along Sydney’s iconic coastline.