A world-first artificial intelligence film experience, developed at UNSW's iCinema, is one of the centrepieces of this year's Sydney Film Festival.
Postgraduate student and author Sunil Badami will explore ethnic diversity in a performance directed by world renowned photographer, William Yang.
Art and architecture students will have the chance to go to the biennales in Venice and Istanbul this year, as part of a unique international course offered at UNSW.
Dance student, Anya McKee, uses red paint and provocative choreography to create a visceral dance experience for the screen.
A performance based on the tension between society and technology has won theatre honours student Nick Atkins the Cate Blanchett Prize.
The next generation of artists has shared in $60,000 worth of prizes and scholarships at the COFA Annual - the 2010 graduating exhibition, held for the first time at CarriageWorks.
Dr Grace Karskens' intimate account of the early days of Sydney in The Colony has won the $100,000 Prime Minister's Literary Award for nonfiction.
COFA graduate Charles Schneider's award-winning crown-of-thorns wallpaper has taken over part of Sydney's iconic coastline at Bondi as part of the annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition.
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.
Dasmanila, a unique public art exhibition of more than 1200 flowers made from recycled garbage has opened in the Philippines, with the help of staff and students from COFA.