The Simpsons family have been sharing our lounge rooms for 26 years. Now two Australian graphic artists have received a turn on the couch when their “fan art” version of the The Simpsons introduction sequence screened as the opening of episode 14, season 26, My Fare Lady.
Following the overwhelming success of the PwC Open Innovation Australia event held at the University of Newcastle earlier this year, a streamlined version – Open Innovation 2.0 will feature as part of the Design, Interactive Technology and Greentech (DiG) Festival program.
10,000 hours, 30 researchers, 10 art sites, 5 disciplines, 1 city street and a FREE STREET PARTY this Friday from 5pm. Hear the story behind the University’s involvement in the contemporary art project that has Newcastle buzzing.
An astronaut training centre, an inner-city spa and a post-industrial development designed by three students from the University of Newcastle’s School of Architecture and Design have won medals at the prestigious Australian Institute of Architects’ 2013 NSW Graduate and Student Awards.
The tale of Newcastle’s oldest street includes convict gangs and bearded ladies pouring beers and these stories, along with those of local filmmakers, will light up the walls of Watt Street when City Evolutions launches next month. The project is a landmark contemporary art project and features a series of light installations using cutting edge interactive technology developed by students at the University of Newcastle.
Does a culinary arts school specialising in slow food sound like somewhere you’d like to study? Would you visit a floating dock, café and art space on Newcastle Harbour? These are just some of the ideas for a future Newcastle offered at the Master of Architecture HEIST exhibition.
Have you checked out Newcastle’s annual art and design festival LOOK HEAR? Since its inception LOOK HEAR has hosted some of the finest and most reputable art and design practitioners in Australia who have shared their perspectives on industry, technique and process.