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Close up of East Timorese tais weaving process. Photograph by Amy Ripley

Tais of East Timor

Dili Tais Market is an unprepossessing place – just two narrow alleys of tin-roofed shacks. But once you step off the hot, dusty street and into its secret, shady lanes, you arrive into a world of colour and creativity. Tais are … Continue reading

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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

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CRYSTAL ROMEO Técha Noble

decorative typologies towards landscape, time and the body Técha Noble’s solo practice plays with performances of gender, tropes of pop culture and systems of cultural power. In CRYSTAL ROMEO she employs theatrical techniques to explore queered histories and expanded concepts … 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

Group Exchange: 2nd Tamworth Textile Triennial

Group Exchange: 2nd Tamworth Textile Triennial

Group Exchange: 2nd Tamworth Textile Triennial is a touring exhibition organised by the Tamworth Regional Gallery and curated by Cecilia Heffer, Senior Lecturer and Course Director of Fashion and Textiles in the School of Design at the University of Technology Sydney. Bringing … Continue reading

Recycled Paper Map dress, designed by Lillika Rogers-Fauske from the Sydney Distance Education High School

DESIGNTECH 2014

DesignTECH is an annual exhibition highlights outstanding projects by students of the NSW HSC Design and Technology course. For 2014, works include a robotic prosthetic arm, a smart bus stop hub, and a dress made from recycled paper maps. Behind each … Continue reading

Victorian Craft Award

Victorian Craft Award

In 2015 Craft turns 45 years old, and to celebrate this milestone we are pleased to launch the inaugural Victorian Craft Award. The Award is a biennial event facilitated by Craft Victoria in the pursuit of presenting and celebrating excellence in the … Continue reading

agIdeas International Design Forum

agIdeas International Design Forum

from 8:45 AM to 5:00 PM To celebrate the 25th Anniversary, agIdeas International Design Forum will take on a new format of talks and panel discussions and will be supported by a series of in-depth masterclasses providing unprecedented access to … Continue reading