It is the combination of immigrant identity, sexual awakening and creative imagination that makes Yang a major figure in Australian art, writes Prudence Gibson.
While the Australian arts scene is healthy, there needs to be more cultural diversity and recognition for the arts in general, writes William Yang.
UNSW writers and artists will bring their talents to two of Sydney’s most dynamic cultural events – the Sydney Writers’ Festival and the Sydney Film Festival.
Described as one of our greatest storytellers, photographer William Yang has been at the centre of Sydney’s artistic life for more than four decades. Now he is collating his work for future generations.
For a group of final-year media students the chance to collaborate with world renowned photographer, William Yang, has been the highlight of their degree.
William Yang, the celebrated photographer who has documented much of Sydney's social and cultural history, has joined UNSW as a visiting fellow.