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Musical Tributes for Anzac Centenary Article - Posted on 24 April 2015

"It is climactic and marks a particularly brutal and horrible battle"

A Pack of Lies Article - Posted on 23 April 2015

When we read fiction, we sometimes forget it’s all a pack of lies. Many fledgling writers are encouraged to “write what they know” but how much of truth is true? This question will be answered at a panel discussion at this year's Sydney Writers' Festival, proudly supported by UNSW Arts & Social Sciences.

The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra's Anzac Tribute In The Media - Posted on 20 April 2015

Andrew Schultz's August Offensive will be performed as part of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra's Anzac Tribute. Andrew is an acclaimed Australian composer and Head of UNSW School of the Arts & Media. Written in response to a commission from the Department of Veterans' Affairs and premiered in Gallipoli in 2013, August Offensive is a musical memorial to one of the same war's most horrific battles.

On Interviewing Evie Wyld, My Literary Crush Opinion - Posted on 1 April 2015

Prue Gibson writes about her literary crush, Evie Wyld, and her anticipation to hear the award winning author speak at UNSW as part of the 2015 Sydney Writers' Festival.

Ten Overlooked Australian Plays (And Why They’re Important) In The Media - Posted on 1 April 2015

Even dedicated theatregoers often struggle to name more than a handful of classic Australian plays, according to John McCallum, Senior Lecturer in Theatre at UNSW and Theatre Critic for The Australian.

Strong UNSW Showing at Sydney Writers’ Festival Article - Posted on 30 March 2015

A record number of UNSW staff and alumni are appearing in this year’s Sydney Writers' Festival.

Help Children Back to School in Vanuatu Article - Posted on 25 March 2015

UNSW staff have launched an appeal to support rebuilding schools in Vanuatu.

UNSW Premiers The Double Disguise – a Newly Discovered Play by Maria Edgeworth Article - Posted on 17 March 2015

On Friday 20 March, the School of the Arts & Media will host a book launch and special performance to celebrate the first publication of Maria Edgeworth’s newly discovered play, The Double Disguise.

Tread Very Carefully ... You're Leaving Digital Footprints In The Media - Posted on 23 February 2015

Dr Kath Albury from the School of the Arts & Media comments on how adult lives can be marred by the digital footprint students are laying down now. Read the full article in the Melbourne Age.

Artist Tamara Dean Takes Us into the Here and Now Article - Posted on 16 February 2015

The Australian bush has been brought to life by Artist-in-Residence Tamara Dean.