Get ahead with Postgraduate Studies. Find out how to advance your knowledge and career opportunities at this info session.
Dr Joshua Comaroff will argue that hauntings and uncanny transactions appear particularly at points of rapid spatial and social change: construction sites, infrastructures, and nodes of a thriving speculative economy.
Dr Nicole Kalms will outline three typologies of her new book, Hypersexual City: The Provocation of Soft Core Urbanism – Hypersexual Mediascapes, Hypersexual Urbanscapes and Hypersexual Archiscapes – to propose that the material city is not immune to the proliferation of pornography.
Dr Marieluise Jonas reflects on processes, successes and failures of post-disaster recovery in Tohoku following the destruction wrought by the 3/11 Great Eastern Japan Earthquake and Tsunami.
Lukas Pauer's lecture will explore the ways in which spatial practice is conditioned and regulated by social context.
Dr Donald McNeill will examine the relationship between territorial development strategies, and the practices – both technical and political – of developing volumetric urban space.
Showcasing the work of practitioners set to shape the future of design, architecture and the built environment.
Launch your research career in Design, Architecture or the Built Environment at the UTS Faculty of Design, Architecture & Building’s first Higher Degree Research (HDR) information evening on Thursday 26 May 2016.
Register for exciting hands-on digital photography and visual communication design workshops at UTS, created specifically for careers advisors, design and technology and art teachers.
This public lecture explores momentum in creative thinking across Australia to design a better future for communities by adopting simpler, efficient and ethical alternatives.
Your chance to speak to UTS academics and current students before change of preferences for the main round of offers close.
Come along to the Design, Architecture and Building session to learn about pathways into UTS: DAB.
This exhibition features student embroidery work from the 2nd year UTS Fashion and Textile students, Bespoke subject, alongside work from the India Global Studio Embroidery Tour 2014. $15 to attend. All funds go towards the Embroiders’ Guild New Build.
DAB School of Architecture and University of Innsbruck Architecture Faculty lunchtime information session
The planning process artistically reconsidered - the architect and two centuries of city-making.
Samuel Hodge is a photographer that moves fluidly between the fashion and gallery context and print and online mediums.
SuperKaleidoscope is a curatorial collective founded by artist/curators Kim Fasher and Sarah Mosca.