UNSW Art & Design

abstract image of people standing in circles

Dr Cameron Edmond looks at three narrative visualisations that effectively articulate COVID-19 public health messages.

Two women in bed with arms around each other

A festival of events and exhibitions will showcase the diverse sexualities and sexual health needs of the UNSW community.

Bronwyn Graham's illustrated backdrop of male lab rats and 'invisible women'

From baking to black swans, and male lab rats to mavericks, UNSW researchers reflect on lessons from our time in a socially distanced world.

Art vessels showcasing floral motifs and jewelled inlay

Contemporary jewellery and object designer and maker Bic Tieu communicates narratives of identity, cultural memory and materiality through her hybrid approach.

Girl separated from her mother by glass partition due to COVID-19 quarantine

A negative-pressure tent has been designed to give COVID-19 patients a more human experience during treatment in quarantine.

The dial of an old-world sidereal clock from the 1850s

An exploration of the history of the Sydney Meridian re-imagines Australia’s relationship with territory and time for an artist from UNSW Art & Design.

A closeup of a 3D visualisation of a coronavirus particle

As the number of new infections rise, a 3D-simulation from UNSW prompts us to lather up.

A 3D-visualisation of soap destroying the coronavirus is a poignant reminder that simply washing your hands can help stem the pandemic, UNSW academics say.

Louise Zhang oil painting on canvas

A new online exhibition launching today is part of a recent initiative to create a more balanced representation of women and Indigenous artists in the UNSW Art Collection

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Dr Mark Ian Jones discusses the future of design and architecture and how designers need to ask themselves, 'do we need this'?

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