ARC funding has been awarded to researchers in the departments of Art History and Film Studies, English and Media and Communications.
David Harold Tribe poetry winner announced[14 November 2013]
Wentworth Falls-based writer Jakob Ziguras has won the 2013 David Harold Tribe Poetry Award, taking home one of Australia's most generous prizes for poetry.
The Future of Newspapers[25 October 2013]
Peter Fray, an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Media and Communications, shares his thoughts on journalism, the Sydney Morning Herald and the future of traditional media.
Meet the Fashademic[25 October 2013]
Rosie Findlay, a PhD student in the Department of Performance Studies and a recent recipient of a Dean's Citation for Excellence in Tutorials, is getting attention for her work on style blogging.
SLAM graduate makes the front cover of the New Yorker[25 October 2013]
Simon Greiner, a Media and Communications and Film Studies graduate, made the cover of the New Yorker's 2013 anniversary issue with his hipsterish reimagining of that magazine's famous mascot, Eustace Tilley.
A New World of Cinematic Gaming[25 October 2013]
Bruce Isaacs, a Lecturer in Film Studies, takes Beyond: Two Souls as an opportunity to think about the cinematic in the context of the next generation of media genre and platform integration.
$1.8m refurbishment project for SLAM.[14 October 2013]
In October, substantial refurbishments of the second floor of the John Woolley Building will begin as a new space is fitted out for the Department of Media and Communications, now including the Program in Digital Cultures, and the Digital Media Unit.
Christie’s Internship 2014[23 September 2013]
Christie's auction house in London is offering a rare internship opportunity for University of Sydney students that came about out of the Picasso sale that took place at Christie's in 2011. The Picasso masterpiece was donated to the University of Sydney to raise funds for scientific research, and it sold at Christie's in June for AU$20.6 million.