The 2023 Public Policy Network Conference is now open for registration. This year’s conference will be hosted by UNSW Canberra at Old Parliament House.
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Sydney Writers' Festival | AI expert Toby Walsh and journalist Tracey Spicer tackle the big questions about living with AI with Erik Jensen.
Sydney Writers' Festival | In the wake of flood, fire, plague and ChatGPT, Joëlle Gergis, Norman Swan, and Toby Walsh consider what shocks lie ahead and how we can prepare. With host Julianne Schultz.
Sydney Writers' Festival | Booker Prize-winning author Shehan Karunatilaka, acclaimed playwright S. Shakthidharan, and novelist Shankari Chandran discuss the ripple effects of the Sri Lankan Civil War in the cultural canon and their own storytelling with Roanna Gonsalves.
Sydney Writers' Festival | Comedian Tom Ballard, writer Alison Pennington team up to examine why Millennials and Gen Z are getting such a raw deal and what can be done about it, alongside economist Richard Holden. With host Jessica Irvine.
Join us for the opening of 'Blanche Tilden: ripple effect, a 25 year survey.'
With the desire for a longer, healthier life continually at the forefront of human ambition, what role does technology play in shaping this future?
Explore events featuring UNSW academics and researchers!
UNSW Galleries and Sydney WorldPride present THE PARTY, a landmark exhibition celebrating LGBTQI+ party culture in Sydney from 1973 to 2002.
Sonus Maris is an exhibition navigating the intersections between land, art, and science...
To celebrate Sydney WorldPride, UNSW Main Library is proud to present a vibrant display of paintings, sculptures, photographs, collages, and prints by queer-identifying (LGBTIQ+) artists from the UNSW Art Collection.
Learn how supercomputer resources and AI technology can support your research!
Learn about the role of queer nightlife and party culture in Sydney’s sexual and cultural liberation.
Connect with experts in your area of interest at UNSW’s Explore Postgrad...