Discover paintings, sculpture, digital art and more by browsing highlights from the UTS Art Collection.
Established in 1988, the UTS Art Collection contains over 850 permanent works of art in a diverse range of media; from site-specific installations and sculptures, to more intimate paintings, prints and drawings and a growing collection of digital and new-media works.
With a focus on contemporary Australian art since the 1960s, Indigenous art from across Australia and art that reflects the relationship between art, technology and society, artworks from the collection are on display in every building of the university and are a rich resource for teaching and learning
Visit the UTS Broadway Screen, which is dedicated digital art by Australian artists from the UTS Art Collection. Since 2020, this program has supported new commissions by leading Australian artists Daniel Crooks, Grant Stevens, Yolŋu artists Patrina Munuŋgurr and Ishmael Marika of The Mulka Project, and Cigdem Aydemir. New acquisitions include a significant video work by Daniel Boyd, with further commissions and acquisitions to premiere from late 2020-2022.