UNSW Arts Design & Architecture

Aerial view of Calgoa River

With culture at its heart, First Peoples’ creative collaboration can transform communities.

two wild pigs sleeping in hay

Explicitly intended for a broad, educated audience, Guilty Pigs is an accessible work that reveals there is almost no aspect of the law that does not touch on the lives of nonhuman animals.

family reading picture book

Because bias is learned from a very early age, reading and learning about diverse experiences cannot start too soon. Here are five Australian picture books that centre on queer stories.

Townhouse with a leased sign out the front

UNSW and ACOSS partnership launches an international review of housing and homelessness policies.

Installation view of the generous water giant

The aesthetically captivating 23rd edition of the biennale shows how art can contribute to debates around environmental sustainability.

A social robot, left, dressed in a blouse and cardigan looks at a researcher, right.

Do robots need a gender? Professor Mari Velonaki of UNSW's Creative Robotics Lab says robots still have male and female stereotypes, but this may change as designers respond to new thinking on gender.

group of students arms up in classroom

Prioritising literacy is a fundamental first step towards addressing equity issues in higher education.

A person reaching through bars with a hand gesture of a love heart

A training program for youth justice officers that develops interpersonal and behaviour management skills has improved safety and culture at its trial sites.

eddie perfect as shane warne on stage

First staged in 2008, Shane Warne: The Musical is an overwhelmingly faithful rendering of Warne’s life, staging both his triumphs and his downfalls.

woman with 'still not asking for it' written on her chest above her bra

Laurie Penny’s new book Sexual Revolution offers a muddled perspective on this moment of profound cultural change, in contrast to Australian journalist Amy Remeikis’ powerful new work.

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