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UNSWriting presents David Malouf - Watch now on UNSWTV Article - Posted on 21 April 2010

Sydney Writers' Festival in progress! Article - Posted on 15 April 2010

As university partner for the Sydney Writers Festival we are pleased to highlight events involving staff from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

UNSW and Sydney Writers Festival unite Article - Posted on 6 April 2010

Show us your moves - short film competition Article - Posted on 4 March 2010

UNSW Sport and Recreation Short Film Competition

CPRU Releases The 2010 Booklet Article - Posted on 16 February 2010

The CPRU has put into circulation it's latest booklet, full of the planned events and other notable information relating to the student experience of the School of English, Media and Performing Arts.

Serious computer game business Article - Posted on 29 January 2010

Australian computer game designers have taken on the rest of the world in a 48-hour, non-stop contest to create new games.

A winning note Article - Posted on 11 November 2009

UNSW academic has been awarded one of Australia's richest prizes for music composition.

Sue Healy Winner of 2008 Robert Helpmann Scholarship Article - Posted on 14 May 2009

Dance artist and choreographer Sue Healey has been awarded the 2008 Robert Helpmann Scholarship by the NSW Ministry of Arts.

Creative Writing from UNSW Article - Posted on 13 May 2009

Rubric - the online journal of creative writing by students at UNSW. Issue #4 is out now. Submission for Issue #5 close on 21 June 2009

New Grant for Juvenilia Press Article - Posted on 21 April 2009

Scientia Professor Christine Alexander has been awarded a prestigious grant from the Mundango Charitable Trust for an Australian Juvenilia Press project. The Juvenilia Press, a research and pedagogic enterprise, is based in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and has an international team of contributing editors from Britain, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, the United States and Australia. The Juvenilia Press publishes early works by known writers such as Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, Margaret Atwood, Margaret Laurence, and Malcolm Lowry.