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Dogs of Democracy is an essay-style documentary about the stray dogs of Athens and the people who take care of them.  Author and first-time filmmaker Mary Zournazi explores life...
In this national benchmark report, COFA received the highest possible ratings in the following three areas: Art Theory and Criticism, Film Television and Digital Media and Visual...
Associate Professor Mari Velonaki  (Director, Creative Robotics Lab) has been voted one of the world's top 25 women to watch in Robotics.
UNSW's new Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Ian Jacobs attended the Joint Book Launch at the School of Art & Design.
Scientia Professor Dennis Del Favero has been appointed Executive Director for the Australian Research Council, Humanities and the Creative Arts. Acting Chief Executive Officer of...
NIEA researchers and their international, collaborative partners have been awarded in the recently announced Australia Research Council 2016 funding round. Leveraging research...
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 John McGhee is one of three invited speakers for the VIVID Ideas event Storytelling in a Virtual World organised by creative agency S1T2. He will discuss solutions and insights...
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...
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...
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...

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