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Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week 2015

Tough retailing conditions, the lure of the internet and changing global supply chains have contributed to a feeling of uncertainty in the Australian fashion industry. But a renewed sense of positivity was marked by Fashion Week Australia this year. Celebrating its 20th birthday … Continue reading

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Design Matters, Melbourne International Design Week 2015

Melbourne International Design Week 2015

Melbourne International Design Week is a celebration of international design excellence. Created to highlight the best of design here and overseas the festival’s events give everyone the opportunity to be inspired by the benefits of outstanding design for our lives … Continue reading

AG15 Research Conference

Design for Business: Research Conference

In its fifth year, this trans-disciplinary conference presents their latest studies on the role of design as a strategic resource in the development of new business platforms, communication strategies, products and services. This world class platform is held over two days … Continue reading

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Melbourne Design Market

Australia’s much-loved and original design market has launched thousands of new products, profiled hundreds of designers and provided a shopping haven for design lovers who have been flocking to this iconic event every year since 2004! Held underground (it’s very … Continue reading

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The Other Art Fair

The Other Art Fair is coming to Australia for the first time in September 2015 and the fair is currently seeking applications from artists who wish to participate. The fair provides a platform for artists to independently showcase their work to … Continue reading

MADE by the Opera House

MADE by the Opera House

For students of Architecture, Engineering and Design (in the Built Environment) in 3rd year or above. In honour of the Sydney Opera House’s 40th Anniversary celebrations in October 2013, the Opera House and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, … Continue reading

Risk in Architecture

The changing role of risk in architecture

No one wants to be a safe architect. Safety assumes the conventional and the predictable. Who wants that? Unless of course you want to stay in business – because few builders, developers or government departments aspire to risk-taking, just as few EOIS … Continue reading

Remix 2015

REMIX Sydney 2015

REMIX Sydney is our Asia-Pacific summit in a series of events in leading creative capitals around the world including London, New York and Dubai. The inaugural Sydney event in 2014 was attended by 1,500 creative leaders from around the globe. REMIX explores the intersection of culture, technology … Continue reading

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2014 Good Design Awards

The Museum’s annual selection from the Good Design Awards shows how design touches every aspect of our lives. The display includes a clarinet learning tool, an improved forklift mirror system and new lightweight folding boat. The exhibition showcases examples of … Continue reading

The view from the atrium of One Central Park directly up to the heliostat. At night it transforms into a stunning light installation by artist Yann Kersalé.

ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE

Curiosity and creativity are at the heart of engineering. This exhibition showcases Australian engineering successes that are among the best in the world. Presented by the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences in collaboration with Engineers Australia, Sydney Division, this … Continue reading

Interlock III, Colour on the Concrete

Colour on the Concrete

‘Colour on the Concrete’ brings together major works from the UTS Art Collection and a rare first edition copy of Josef Alber’s ‘Interaction of Color’ in an exhibition and interactive Art Walk on campus. The exhibition explores different approaches and … Continue reading