Join us for two new exhibitions at Kudos Gallery this spring, Gliding the Lily and Mimesis.
Gilding the Lily | Emily Galicek
St Vincent’s Campus Research Week is a celebration of the remarkable depth and breadth of translational health research undertaken across the St Vincent’s Darlinghurst campus and its sister entities.
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.
Join us for the Launch of The Big Anxiety to celebrate and officially open our 2019 program at UNSW Galleries.
Exhibitions onsite at UNSW Galleries are The Empathy Clinic, Edge of the Present and Javier Tellez's Nosferatu.
The talk will focus on the European migration crisis; exploring the idea of the so-called "externalization" of migration control, its compatibility with the international law, its political sustainability as well as potential alternatives.
Please note this event is not catered.
Speaker details are below.
For further information, please contact Efrosini Deligianni: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Olsen has been encouraging and supporting young and emerging artists to build careers as professional practicing artists since 2001. Now in its 19th year, the Tim Olsen Drawing Prize at UNSW Art & Design encourages excellence in drawing. This collaboration has been continuously supported by the Olsen Gallery and celebrates students who use drawing as a significant part of their artistic practice.
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).