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Sivaan Walker with mentor Emma Robertson

Staff & Students Emerging artist award takes Art & Design student’s sculpture to the sea Preparing an application for the world’s largest annual outdoor sculpture exhibition is a class assignment that really does prepare you for your…

Vessels for Wayfaring (2019-2020), by Zoe Veness. Recycled brass, copper and sterling silver with various finishes. Average dimensions: 6.5 x 6.5 x 6.0 cm. Photo: Peter Whyte Photography

Research Scribbly gums and sublime peaks: jewellery that speaks to place and finding your own path Designer Zoë Veness draws inspiration from the environment to craft intricate art-objects that ask big questions. For jewellery artist Zoë…

Global pandemic concept of coronavirus

Research UNSW finalists announced in 2020 Eureka Prizes Developing a blueprint for any respiratory pandemic, using virtual reality technology to view cancer cells and creating ways to protect native…

Artist and filmmaker Lynette Wallworth. Photo: Lauren Orrell

Research A second Emmy win for UNSW Art & Design alumna Lynette Wallworth UNSW Art & Design alumna and Artist in Residence at the Australian Human Rights Institute, Lynette Wallworth, has won a second Emmy award for a…

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Annoucement Tim Olsen Drawing Prize, 20th Anniversary Exhibition Congratulations to all students who were recognised as finalists for the Tim Olsen Drawing Prize, 20th Anniversary Exhibition. Tim Olsen has been…

Sophora de Chine, Parc du Petit Trianon à Versailles, France

Research Portraits of Extraordinary Trees, Illuminated This collection combines Ms Fowler-Smith’s 2018 solo exhibition of the Remarkable Trees of Paris and Versailles at the Muséum National d’Histoire…

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Alumni Celebrating 20 years of the Tim Olsen Drawing Prize This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Tim Olsen Drawing Prize at UNSW Art & Design. To celebrate, an online exhibition of archived winning…

Including narrative elements in public health data visualisations can make them more accessible, says Dr Cameron Edmond from UNSW Art & Design

Research How narrative visualisation can help combat misinformation about COVID-19 Dr Cameron Edmond looks at three narrative visualisations that effectively articulate COVID-19 public health messages. The pandemic has given…

Tim Lee's illustration for Lindsay Kelley's baking talk

What’s On UNSOMNIA 2020 asks: What can we learn while we are apart? From baking to black swans, and male lab rats to mavericks, UNSW researchers reflect on lessons from our time in a socially distanced world. UNSOMNIA…

Circling Dimensions: Connected Lid and Base Vessels, copper, lacquer and shell. This collection references traditional graphic motifs associated with Chinese symbolic rituals, translating them into wearable forms and objects. Photo: Bic Tieu

Research Found in translation: jewellery design that tells a cross-cultural narrative Contemporary jewellery and object designer and maker Bic Tieu communicates narratives of identity, cultural memory and materiality through her hybrid…

Girl separated from her mother by glass partition due to COVID-19 quarantine

Research Innovative infection isolation tent humanises treatment for COVID-19 patients A negative-pressure tent has been designed to give COVID-19 patients a more human experience during treatment in quarantine. A new airborne infection…

A closeup of a 3D visualisation of a coronavirus particle

Research Soap vs COVID-19: A 3D-visualisation gamifies the power of simple hygiene As the number of new infections rise, a 3D-simulation from UNSW prompts us to lather up. A 3D-visualisation of soap destroying the…

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