A musical theatre-style performance about the perils of 'black magic' is one of the pieces being performed by UNSW dance students this week.
A UNSW academic has uncovered long-forgotten work by the late Australian playwright, poet and novelist, Dorothy Hewett.
Graduates from the College of Fine Arts will dominate Australia's representation at the 2009 Venice Biennale art exhibition.
Opening this week at COFA's Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Figuring Landscapes is a remarkable collection of video, film and digital media reflecting the political and cultural history linking Australia and the UK.
One of Australia's leading academics in contemporary writing has joined UNSW.
Uni TV, a regular half-hour television show produced by the UNSWTV media team, premieres this week.
One of Australia's foremost contemporary classical composers, Professor Andrew Schultz, has joined UNSW as head of the School of English, Media and Performing Arts.
Textile designer and COFA academic, Liz Williamson, is the fourth national Living Treasure to be honoured in an acclaimed exhibition series at Object gallery this month.
The unique stories of the artists behind the Papunya Tula paintings is the focus of a landmark new book by New South Global Professor Vivien Johnson.
More then 300 graduates will emerge from the College of Fine Arts' creative cocoon this week when they exhibit their final projects at COFA ANNUAL 08.