UNSW's groundbreaking The Big Anxiety festival, which used the arts to promote understanding of mental heath, was the nation's best event in its very first year. And there's more to come in 2019.
Carmen Glynn-Braun has won the TWT Excellence Prize for her work Untitled 2018, which explores Indigenous women’s experiences with the Assimilation Policy.
The ANNUAL 18 exhibition, which opens November 27, is Australia's most diverse exhibition of graduate contemporary art, design and creative media.
Art & Design Indigenous elder in residence Uncle Vic Chapman has been dedicated to bettering the lives of Aboriginal youth for more than 65 years.
A fashion label launched by UNSW graduates is providing valuable support for migrants and refugees – and catching the eye of major designers, too.
UNSW alumna and artist Alice Couttoupes is among beneficiaries of the Freedman Foundation Travelling Scholarship for Emerging Artists who are bringing the fruits of their travels to a new exhibition.
Tired of homogenised fashion advertising, Chris Loutfy wants to see models of diverse backgrounds feature in mainstream campaigns.
Lindsay Kelley's work at the Powerhouse Museum has a whiff of cannibalism about it – but visitors can rest assured that everything tastes good.
Artworks at the second Beijing Media Arts Biennale will provoke international audiences considering the intersection of technology, art and semi-living things.
Trump Baby is the latest in a long history of visual protests. But is this 'cheap shot street theatre' truly effective, or should we ask more of protest artists?