Staff and Students: Tours for visiting groups, UTS staff and students are led by UTS ART Learning and Curatorial staff of the Waraburra Nura garden and accompanying works by Indigenous artists form UTS Art Collection.
Groups are welcome to request private tours or UTS community can take part in tours advertised throughout the year via Staff Connect and UTS Inbrief.
Staff and Students: Over the last ten years, UTS Library has collected over 14,300 food items from over 2,300 library clients, helping Mission Australia to feed the homeless, unemployed families and children living in poverty. In order to help even more disadvantaged people this year, UTS Library is waiving up to $51 from our client’s library fines.
Staff and Students: Take part in a collage-making workshop with acclaimed Australian artist Deborah Kelly who will lead participants in exploring identity and academia through art. Artwork and designs you produce will contribute to a new visual identity for the Equal Futures Athena SWAN gender equity program at UTS.
Staff: This one-day symposium will focus on the importance of Indigenous rights in data and collections & the importance of the Right of Reply in relation to Indigenous self-determination and national truth-telling efforts.
Staff and Students: Join us for a demonstration of the Social Impact Measurement Toolbox, developed together in co-creation with the sector for the sector, hear from leading researchers, thinkers and practitioners within the sector.
Staff: A well-designed program can mean enhanced outcomes and greater impact. But achieving quality outcomes requires quality evaluation! This training will help get you there.
General Public: Join us for the UTS launch of this important and powerful book which deconstructs and contextualises the dynamic between white women and women of colour.
Gain key insights into the social, historical and political context of Their Sea is Always Hungry. Artist Leyla Stevens will be joined by Dr Alexandra Crosby, Associate Head of School, School of Design, UTS; and Dr Ilaria Vanni, Associate Professor, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UTS.
Australian-Javanese artist Kartika Suharto-Martin has been invited by Leyla Stevens to perform an iteration of her work Genjer-Genjer, titled and formed around the performance of a folk song from East Java with a complex history connected to resistance and survival.