UNSW Art & Design

Cloud Arch

Recent criticisms of Cloud Arch attack the design yet are founded on a culturally entrenched, mean-spirited attitude to public art, writes Felicity Fenner.

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Khushboo Sood is one of 11 creative UNSW Future of Change Scholarship winners who will soon be joining the University.

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The biggest mental health and arts festival in the world, The Big Anxiety Festival, will explore and re-imagine the state of mental health in the 21st century.

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Is it possible to repair a broken object in a way that makes it more beautiful and valuable? Dr Guy Kuelemans from UNSW Art & Design explains the philosophy and practise of creative repair.
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molecules

Colour is a powerful tool for scientific storytelling, even if it's not quite true to the science, writes Kate Patterson.

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Philanthropist and White Rabbit Gallery founder Judith Neilson has made her second major donation to UNSW with the announcement of The Judith Neilson Chair in Contemporary Art.

Annual Art & Design

UNSW Art & Design Annual 2016 – Premiere screenings preview

A 3x3 metre boulder activated by a rock-climbing performance and wearable perfume bottles filled with anxiety reducing oils are just some of the works in this year’s UNSW Art & Design graduating exhibition.

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An innovative professional experience program connecting arts students with companies like Macquarie Bank, Artspace and Hello Social is transforming the traditional internship.

ceramics

We tend to throw away broken things, but the Japanese art of kintsugi – repairing broken ceramics with gold and silver – can give us a different perspective on waste, writes Guy Keulemans.

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