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FREE, Open to All Materiality is a constant and contested topic in contemporary art. In recent years the experimental sound arts have shifted away from digital and post-production...
Presented by the Visual Anthropology (VisAnth) and Contemporary Culture, Art and Politics (CCAP) research groups, NIEA, UNSW Art & Design Co-convened by A/ProfJennifer Biddle...
NIEA, in collaboration with the Black Dog Institute is presenting an interactive event on The BIG Anxiety Project at VIVID Ideas.  Featuring the team of arts and mental health...
Dr John McGhee and his 3D VR research in medical visualisation was recently featured on ABC's Catalyst program. Fantastic Voyage examines how Dr McGhee's art-science collaboration...
NIEA researchers and their international, collaborative partners have been awarded in the recently announced Australia Research Council 2016 funding round. Leveraging research...
Professor Jill Bennett and Dr Mary Zournazi are editors of a new book series Thinking in the World published by Bloomsbury Academic.  Thinking in the World combines the work of...
Palestine, beyond the headlines and into homes: The Palestinian Film Festival returns in  November,  2015 with seven features and five short films to challenge preconceptions and...
Dr Michele Barker and Professor Anna Munster are two of four artists commissioned for Experimenta Make Sense, International Triennial of Media Arts. They were selected from a very...
Unfiled: Art & Politics Bureau SalonPresenters:Andrew Brooks, Gossip and its minor discoursesScott East and Ben Hightower, Investing in Culture: Art and Divestment
Presented by the Visual Anthropology (VisAnth) and Contemporary Culture, Art and Politics (CCAP) research groups, NIEA, UNSW Art & Design. Co-convened by A/ProfJennifer Biddle...

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Upcoming events

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Major Events

Event dates:
Friday, 15 May, 2015 to Saturday, 15 August, 2015
Bold desert photographic works, new media installations, paintings, soft sculptures, documentary films, animations, self/portraiture, fabric, fashion and fibre art works from community art centres, private and institutional collections.
Event dates:
Friday, 8 May, 2015
Panel discussion on art and physics-quantum computing with Professor Gerard Milburn (Theoretical Physicist and Director, Centre for Engineered Quantum Systems, University of Queensland), Associate Professor Paul Thomas (Artist and Director of Fine Art Program, UNSW Art & Design) and Dr Joel Pearson (Cognitive Neuroscientist, UNSW Brain Sciences) and will be chaired by Professor Robert Clark (Chief Scientist in Residence, UNSW Art & Design and former Director, ARC Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computer Technology).