Art, Architecture & Design

The UNSW academic’s 'Flow' uses the natural flow of water to convey the voices of Indigenous children around the world.

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Nora Heysen was the first woman to be awarded the Archibald Prize, but for most of her life she was defined not by her art, but by her relationship to her famous father, the artist Hans Heysen.

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An innovative City Futures Research Centre report has found there are big savings in transport costs and increases in productivity from living closer to work.

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By implementing local technologies, Australia could become a world leader in climate change, says Scientia Professor Mat Santamouris, who will present the next instalment of the Utzon Lecture Series at UNSW.

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A pioneering book co-authored by two UNSW associate professors gives a complete recasting of Australian art through exhibitions.

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UNSW Scientia Professor Dennis Del Favero explains how art projects utilising artificial intelligence and virtual reality improve the relationship between humans and the world around us.

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Sculptor Alex Seton will study the use of the shroud in Roman marble statuary while at the American Academy.

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A wearable device which aims to provide individualised information while gathering environment data is being developed by UNSW urban climatologist Negin Nazarian and an international team.

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The risks of combustible cladding on high-rise buildings have long been known. And audits have identified hundreds of Australian buildings with this cladding. Delay in replacing it is inexcusable

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While Opal Tower residents are more badly affected than most, up to 80% of multi-unit buildings have serious defects. Here's what government can do right now to fix the industry.

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