While bedrooms are still primarily a sleep environment, they are not just an area where we can snooze.
Sydneyphiles remounts Yang’s 1977 exhibition, documenting mainstream Sydney and the illegal gay party scene.
Peter Poulet has commenced his appointment as director of the UNSW Cities Institute with a mission to solve the biggest challenges facing our cities.
Prof. Brennan is an international leader in families and work, comparative social policy, gender, and politics.
A guide produced by UNSW experts will help the construction industry achieve net zero in the built environment by 2040.
Google is one of a number of companies getting involved in AI music-generation.
Half-wild Lyra from Northern Lights was the first female character who felt real to Jane Gleeson-White. Then she met Elena Ferrante’s ‘ferocious, filthy, quicksilver’ Lila, a more complex version.
A new biography of Jean Rhys, the Dominican-born author of Wide Sargasso Sea, pays close attention to her origins – but stops short of examining the colonial relations central to her story.
This year’s release, from the cabinet records of 2002, is framed by two events of the previous year: the Tampa affair and 9/11.
The A&D Annual 2022 exhibition is a showcase of critical thinking and is on now.