Get ahead with Postgraduate Studies. Find out how to advance your knowledge and career opportunities at this info session.
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.
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.
Showcasing the work of practitioners set to shape the future of design, architecture and the built environment.
Join Christopher Stewart and Esther Teichmann in conversation with Tate Modern curator Shoair Mavlian on the photography of conflict and its temporal representation.
This symposium brings together leading landscape architects to discuss pivotal Sydney projects from the past 15 years. They will also consider place and projects alongside the future of our cities and of the landscape architecture profession.
Third year UTS Bachelor of Design in Animation students are set to open the first creative project to use the digital wall at Central Park with their interactive animation series 7MM Pitch.
Bringing together the work of twenty-two textile artists from around Australia, Group Exchange celebrates collaboration, experimentation and the creative outcomes of this shared experience.
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.
Alyssa Choat’s exhibition Revelation through Concealment is a culmination of several projects that investigate fields of vision, concealment of the body and perception.
Robert Beson and Gabriele Ulacco will discuss their recent Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation commission, Trifolium, with David Burns, Course Director of Photography and Situated Media at UTS.
UTS Design School PhD candidate Nevena Mrdjenovic’s powerful exhibition “Speculative Scenography: Implicit Monuments” opens at the NG Pop-up Gallery in Chippendale on Wednesday 25 June, 6.00pm.
20x20x20 / no colour is an exhibition of work by 36 leading artists and designers that teach at the University of Technology Sydney, School of Design.
Please join us in celebrating the works of our Interior & Spatial Design students, years 1 – 3 in the Interior and Spatial Design mid-year Exhibition.
20x20x20 is an exhibition by staff from the School of Design at the University of Technology, Sydney.
JinHee Park's work has been celebrated through numerous awards including a 2012 Architecture Vanguard from Architectural Record, the 2009 AIA Young Architects Award, and the 2007 Young Architects Forum Award from the Architectural League of New York.
Although seldom engaged in published histories of photography, reproducibility is a key element of this medium's identity.
Professor Anthony Burke responds to specific artworks and broader themes in the 19th Biennale of Sydney.
Winy Maas is one of the co-founding directors of the globally operating architecture and urban planning firm MVRDV, based in Rotterdam, Netherlands, known for projects such as the Expo 2000 and the vision for greater Paris, Grand Paris Plus Petit.
This lecture examines the widespread use of the term 'witnessing' in both media theory and contemporary art theory.
Ms Franca Sozzani, Editor in-chief of Vogue Italia, 'in conversation' with Professor Peter McNeil and University of Technology, Sydney, Fashion and Textiles’ students.
DAB School of Architecture and University of Innsbruck Architecture Faculty lunchtime information session
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.