An art project using recycled rubbish from the polluted waterways of Manila has opened at the Royal Botanic Garden in Sydney.
An art project that began in the polluted waterways of Manila opens this week (Tuesday, 15 March) at the Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney.
A photographic exhibition at UNSW, on loan from the Consul-General of India, chronicles the life of Mahatma Gandhi.
The Io Myers studio will be transformed into the ancient city of Troy this week, when 20 arts students present Euripides' Greek tragedy adapted by acclaimed director, Jeremy James.
A photographic exhibition of burning houses and dead flowers has opened in Sydney -- the work of COFA Dean, Professor Ian Howard.
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.