A melodrama about an imagined afterlife. This installation delves into new and experimental sculptural disciplines but still touch on familiar themes embedded in each artist’s respective practices; the ephemeral, the mystical, the absurd and the mythological. In a collaborative effort, the group will build a set to stage scenes of a mystical narrative that will be performed by the artists and their separate works.
UNSW’s Women in Engineering (WIE) program is launching a new club for high school girls!
The Girls in Engineering Club is a fun, inspiring community for high school girls who are interested in STEM, study maths or science at school, or who just want to explore what engineering is all about.
To celebrate we are holding a special event to launch the Girls in Engineering Club. Join us on campus to become part of the WIE community and meet like-minded peers.
Emma Slade was taken hostage by gun point in a hotel room on a business trip to Jakarta. Over the ensuing months, the trauma following the event took hold. Realising her view on life had profoundly changed she embarked upon a journey, discovering the healing power of yoga and, in Bhutan, opening her eyes to a kinder, more peaceful way of living.
Regarding compassion, Slade told Laignee Barron of Time magazine;
Women in an Era of Anti-Elitism: Responding to the challenge of rising populism and its threat to gender inclusivity
Soft soil between our toes and jagged rocks underfoot. Are they fossil fuel deposits ripe for exploitation or sacred Dreaming sites?
The work of Debra Porch (1954–2017) explores the potency of memory and its ability to transform the ordinary into the extraordinary. Using textiles, thread, hair and electroplated objects, Porch created visual mechanisms that reorientate our sense of the familiar and forge connections between the present and past.
Rachel O’Reilly is an artist-poet, critic, independent curator and researcher whose work explores relationships between art and situated cultural practice, media philosophy and feminist political economy.
Presented in conjunction with the UNSW Galleries exhibition ‘Material Place: Reconsidering Australian Landscapes’, this program convenes artists, thinkers and poets for a conversation about land and space within the intertwined contexts of neoliberalism, settler colonialism and environmental degradation.
At UNSW Sydney, we know that choosing what to study at university can be a complex decision. That’s why we’re holding a series of Degree and Scholarships Information Evenings.
"Never give up on anyone!" is Maggie Eyre's motto and we are excited to announce that she will be giving a free public talk at UNSW Bookshop on how to build your personal brand and confidence by simply being you!
The second film program associated with Rachel O’Reilly's The Gas Imaginary project introduces experiments in filming damages of and resistances to mining.
Come along and support five-time world robot soccer champions, UNSW's 'rUNSWift' team, battle it out against competitors from over 30 countries, for the 2019 RoboCup World Champion title.