UTS congratulates Amala Groom and Sidney McMahon on being announced as the inaugural UTS Artists in Residence.
Learn more about public art on campus including the UTS Broadway Screen.
Waraburra Nura (The Happy Wanderer’s Place) is The University of Technology Sydney’s Indigenous garden on the North-facing balcony of the main tower.
A permanent display at the University of Technology Sydney, showcasing a special collection of machine models based on the drawings of Leonardo da Vinci, on loan from IBM. UTS FEIT Building [CB11] levels 00, 1, 2, and 12.
UTS ART Live is a series of temporal public performance events, that bring together professional artists and UTS staff and students to collaborate and produce art events on campus.
Living in Their Times reflects on the lineage of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander self-determination and activism that both preceded and followed the landmark 1967 Referendum, in which Australians voted to formally remove passages from the Australian constitution that discriminated against Aboriginal people.