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Digitising public health: what are the ethical implications and responsibilities? Article - Posted on 18 April 2017

A public panel at UNSW on 19 April will discuss the implications of giving away valuable health data and other challenges of digital public health, supported by UNSW School of the Arts & Media. 

Sydney Writer's Festival 2017 Article - Posted on 10 April 2017

2017 marks our eighth year as a proud Major Partner of the Sydney Writers' Festival.

Separation and single parenting: the tribulations of Henry Lawson's wife Article - Posted on 5 April 2017

Henry Lawson is one of Australia’s best-known poets. His married life, documented in UNSW Lecturer Kerrie Davies’ newly published A Wife’s Heart: the untold story of Bertha and Henry Lawson, was tumultuous.

The future is almost here: STC's Chimerica - Caroline Wake Article - Posted on 22 March 2017

Caroline Wake reviews Sydney Theatre Company's Chimarica

Meet Vicky Gray - Bachelor of Music/ Arts Article - Posted on 20 March 2017

People often say to me that my degree combination is an “interesting mix” but that is what I love about it!

Meet Kat Frolov – Opera Singer in the Making… Article - Posted on 14 March 2017

Katerina Frolov found her voice in more ways than one when she opted to study Arts/Music at UNSW.

Meet Courtney McCrohon - Bachelor of Media (Communication & Journalism) Article - Posted on 6 March 2017

A creative person who loves to read and write. A Bachelor of Media (Communication & Journalism) was a course that incorporated two of Courtney's biggest passions!

Remembering Shirley Hazzard: ‘art is the only afterlife of which we have evidence’ Article - Posted on 16 December 2016

"Art is the only afterlife of which we have evidence"

John Monash Scholar to celebrate Australian multiculturalism Article - Posted on 16 December 2016

A passion for multiculturalism, policy making and peace building has earned UNSW Arts/Law graduate Zulpha Styer a prestigious John Monash Scholarship to study in the United States.

UNSW academics honoured by Australian Academy of the Humanities Article - Posted on 6 December 2016

Three Arts & Social Sciences academics have been elected to the Australian Academy of the Humanities, the highest honour for achievement in the humanities in Australia.