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Scenario Article - Posted on 10 June 2011

Scenario is the world first 360-degree, 3D, interactive cinematic fairytale. In this eerie, yet beautiful work, the audience encounters five humanoids imprisoned in a concealed labyrinth. The audience and the humanoid characters collaborate to discover possible ways to escape. Hampering their efforts at every turn are humanoid sentinels.

Meeting of literary minds Article - Posted on 16 May 2011

Pornography, anthropology, the future of journalism and James Joyce are just some of the topics to be discussed by UNSW academics at the Sydney Writers Festival this week.

EMPA 3 minute thesis competition Article - Posted on 11 May 2011

A presentation about William Faulkner and his life in Hollywood has won the inaugural School of English, Media and Performing Arts (EMPA) Three Minute Thesis Competition. Ten EMPA research students had just three minutes to give a compelling presentation on their thesis topic and its significance.

FASS partners with 2011 Sydney Writers' Festival Article - Posted on 13 April 2011

UNSW Arts and Social Sciences is delighted to be the university partner of the 2011 Sydney Writers Festival for a second year.

Outstanding results in Excellence in Research Australia report Article - Posted on 9 February 2011

UNSW Arts and Social Sciences research well above world standard

East meets west Article - Posted on 7 February 2011

Postgraduate student and author, Sunil Badami, will give a personal account of the Asian Australian experience in a performance directed by world renowned photographer and English Media and Performing Arts (EMPA) Visiting Fellow, William Yang.

Red, hot, dance Article - Posted on 2 February 2011

Final year BA Dance/Education student, Anya McKee, has choreographed, directed and filmed her first dance video,Catalysts, a duet exploring the intimacy of personal relationships.

Cate Blanchett Prize winner Article - Posted on 14 December 2010

Nick Atkins has won the Cate Blanchett Prize for a performance based on the tension between society and technology.

Mentored by a master Article - Posted on 27 October 2010

A group of third-year Media and Communications students has spent their final semester working with internationally renowned artist and photographer William Yang.

3rd Year Dance Shorts Article - Posted on 1 October 2010

3rd YEAR DANCE SHORTS is a selection of works by the third year dance students in the School of English, Media & Performing Arts, UNSW. Guided by choreographer and dance film maker, Sue Healey, students take part in analysis and composition to develop their choreographic skills while also discovering their hidden talents in film and technology.