'NOSFERATU (The Undead)' is a film installation by Venezuelan born, New York-based artist Javier Téllez that focuses on cinema and mental illness. Téllez’ film is inspired by Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens, the German expressionist masterpiece directed by FW Murnau in 1922.
The Big Anxiety – Festival of arts + science + people, brings together artists, scientists and communities to question and re-imagine the state of mental health in the 21st century.
The Big Anxiety Festival, the largest mental health and arts festival in the world, returns in 2019 after the success of the inaugural Festival in 2017.
Are you wondering ‘where to next’ when it comes to your career? UNSW Art & Design offers a range of leading industry-engaged postgraduate coursework and research degrees that will assist you to make your new career possible, push your practice and realise your creative potential.
Join us for our specialist Art & Design Postgraduate Information Evening, at UNSW Galleries on our creative campus in Paddington.
Are you ready to take the next step and kick-start your dream career?
Come along to UNSW's Postgraduate Information Evening on Thursday, 17 October 2019 to find out how postgraduate study can take you where you want to go.
Join Wonseok Koh, Chief Curator and Head of Exhibition Division at Seoul Museum of Art, South Korea, as he discusses past projects and highlights from throughout his career. Koh will speak specifically about recent curatorial projects, as well as his experiences working both within institutions and as a freelance writer and curator.
UNSW Minerals and Energy Resources Engineering is excited to announce the annual Kenneth Finlay Memorial Lecture. This years guest speaker will be Mick Buffier who will be presenting on Safety Improvement in the mining industry over 30 years through the lens of Glencore Coal.
The lecture will be followed by networking drinks and canapes.
This seminar will highlight the deteriorating human rights situation in Saudi Arabia and the reality behind the reforms of the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman.
The leader known as MBS has ended the world’s only ban on women drivers, reopened cinemas and allowed men and women to attend concerts. At the same time, writers and women activists are imprisoned, and the Saudi-led coalition is accused of numerous war crimes in Yemen.
The Australian Human Rights Institute presents a special lecture by leading feminist human rights lawyer, Hilary Charlesworth, in the Big Anxiety Empathy Clinic.
Professor Charlesworth will discuss how visual images reflect and challenge the colonial and patriarchal histories of international law.
UNSW Art & Design is delighted to invite all pre-1990 graduates to a reunion event to reconnect with our alumni who studied at the Paddington campus when the Institute was known as the Alexander Mackie College (1958-1974), the Alexander Mackie College of Advanced Education (1975-1982), and the City Art Institute (1982-1989).
A progressive pathway to practice.
At UNSW Law, we’re renowned for the quality of our educational experience and extensive experiential opportunities. Now you can get that same quality and support from your Practical Legal Training (PLT) program.
We believe PLT should give students a qualification that meets the evolving needs of the profession, creating confident, practice-ready lawyers that can lead and reimagine the legal profession of tomorrow.