Angelica Mesiti’s ASSEMBLY was inspired by a 19th-century stenographic device.
A European Union aid program has selected UNSW Built Environment Professor Mat Santamouris to help develop energy building codes for Indian Ocean island nations.
Censorship highlights the structural social and cultural issues underlying AI systems.
Stephanie Bishop, lecturer in Creative Writing in the School of Arts & Media, brings a wealth of experience to her new role.
A new survey exhibition of contemporary artist Janet Laurence urges us to reconsider the relationship between art, nature and politics.
Home modifications can help delay institutional care, creating benefits for the individual, the taxpayer and the healthcare system.
The second Big Anxiety Festival, a world-leading initiative of UNSW Sydney and other organisations that uses the arts to promote mental health, has received new support from the state government.
Emerging technologies and jobs, AI, interactive media, and access and inclusion will be explored at UNSW Art & Design.
The acclaimed author appeared at an exclusive Centre of Ideas event on the Kensington campus.
Architects, certifiers and engineers who work as consultants to builders are on notice about potential liability for the use of flammable cladding, but governments are also culpable for their actions.