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.
A world expert on democracy, the University of Westminster's Professor John Keane, will deliver a public lecture at UNSW next week (Tuesday, 18 November).
The work of some of Australia's most acclaimed artists and designers will be showcased this week at a major exhibition of successful COFA graduates.
Choreographer and UNSW visiting fellow, Sue Healey, will use the 2008 Robert Helpmann scholarship to mentor the next generation of young Australian dancers.
One of UNSW's rising stars, Associate Professor Kate Crawford, has been awarded one of Australia's most prestigious prizes for achievement and promise in the humanities.
Lights that kiss have secured COFA lecturer Trent Jansen Australia's richest design prize.
COFA academic and designer Trent Jansen's lighting design has secured him a finalist position in the internationally recognised Bombay Sapphire Design Discovery Award.
A unique collaboration between a heart specialist, brain scientist and choreographer will result in a pioneering performance at UNSW this week.
The Australia Ensemble @UNSW has won an award for best performance of an Australian composition at the 2008 Classical Music Awards.