Art, Architecture & Design

human figurine with feet bound and mouth gagged

2020 may be a year many will want to forget, but it’s important we record our experiences during the pandemic for future generations and scholars.

Opera Australia Madama Butterfly

Researchers will revolutionise ways of working as well as reducing labour and logistic costs.

ANZAC biscuits

Anzacs biscuits are the perfect treat to bake in COVID-19 isolation. Recipes emerged from another world-changing crisis, the first world war, yet we can still bake together online.

Team Australia for the AI Song Contest with their song Beautiful the World

Inspired by the recent bushfires, the Australian AI-generated song samples koala, kookaburra and Tasmanian Devil calls to give it an authentic Australian character.

Desk in the home office

The office we return to will be quite different to the one we left.

Extinction Rebellion

A global study on the environmental impact of the fashion industry calls for a system-wide transition to a more sustainable model.

Brooke Green, winner of the 2019 Jonathan Blakeman National Composition Prize

The prize rewards composition at a national standard, and the 2019 winner, Brooke Green, was inspired by an issue of national importance.

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Associate Professor Caleb Kelly discusses the impact of and importance of sound in art galleries.

An infographic showing medical workers working to flatten the curve to slow COVID-19 infection. Image: Shutterstock

UNSW lecturer Dr Rebecca Green on how infographics can cut-through the information overload and help save lives in the COVID-19 pandemic.

A robot looks out over a city skyline. Image: Shutterstock

A UNSW PhD candidate is refining human-machine communications through his research into the sounds used in social robotics.

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