Students beginning their studies in the Faculty of Arts and Design in 2020 will have the opportunity to visit and learn from some of Canberra’s best museums and galleries.
UC Alumni; New York Times bestselling author Garth Nix and one of Australia's most influential screenwriters Felicity Packard sit down and chat about growing up in Canberra, their time at UC, and what's in store for the future.
Rund Alnasser was just 15 when she moved from Amman, Jordan. Rund’s positive attitude and determination led to early entry into a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture course at UC. Here she explains her change to the Bachelor of Building and Construction Management after traveling to the Indo-Pacific with NCP.
Rampaging teenagers and Faculty staff take over the NGA in a blatant display of creativity and fun!
University Innovation Fellows Program (UIF Program). Two students have been given the opportunity of a lifetime to learn from Stanford University Design School.
Final year Communication and Media students at UC were put to the ultimate test as they presented their pitches to clients at the Marketing Communication Awards (Marcomm Awards).
The Listening to First Nations Podcast was created by non-Indigenous University of Canberra students. The podcast was created in the hopes of raising recognition of Aboriginal heritage and traditions and how they enhance Australian Society.
The Faculty of Arts and Design Student Graduate Exhibition, the University of Canberra's annual creative event is now ONLINE!
Heritage of the Air is an ARC Linkage project that investigates how aviation has transformed Australian society over the last 100 years.
The Faculty of Arts and Design’s WORKSHOP7 has been open for just over a year now. The workshop contains a wide range of technology for FAD students to use. From cutting edge machinery to traditional tools, WORKSHOP7 aims to give students the experience they’ll need for their future professions.
Bachelor of Arts (Film Production) student Tye Dunn travelled to Mexico City while on a UC semester exchange, it was here that he was confronted with the reality of that place compared to his prior expectations.
As 2019 draws to a close the University of Canberra’s Faculty of Arts and Design will be conducting an exhibition to showcase the work of graduating students, this year called FADX.
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse went from 2013 to 2017. The News and Media Research Centre’s Breaking silences project aims to analyse the role that media, journalism and social media activism played in the Commission
Alkira Reinfrank had no idea just where her double degree of Bachelor of Arts (Film Production/Global Studies) would lead her. Now she’s a journalist working in Hong Kong creating content for the South China Morning Post, and feeding stories back to Australian news outlets such as the Project.
Studying at a university is not an easy task. Especially for those studying for their PhD. Shara Ranasinghe, who also works for the Faculty, has chosen to do so. Her PhD thesis explores the language used when talking about cancer. A topic Shara has some experience as a former cancer patient herself.
2019 marks the 35th anniversary of AusDance ACT’s youth dance festival, or DanceFest. Bachelor of Communication & Media (Journalism) student Emma Thompson interviewed one such performer about the event and the efforts that go into performing it.
The University of Canberra’s International Poetry Studies Institute 'Poetry on the Move' festival raises awareness of this ancient, diverse, far-reaching and culturally important art form among both the local and international community.
University of Canberra alumni Sue Maslin is the producer of a number of documentaries and movies, including the acclaimed 2015 film The Dressmaker. Recently she has received the UC’s 2019 Alumni Excellence award for the Faculty of Arts and Design.
A team of UC Design and Built Environment students and staff kicked off the Design Canberra festival by designing and constructing a temporary pavilion in Civic square.
University of Canberra students traveled to Singapore to take part in a tour in order to brainstorm ideas that address the growing worldwide problem of an aging population. The students from UC toured key cultural sites, companies, hospitals and communities across the city.
Since UnCover last spoke to author and University of Canberra PhD student Lisa Fuller, she has continued to kick goals and achieve her writing dreams. More recently, Lisa was shortlisted in the older reader’s category of the Children’s Book Council of Australia Book of the Year award for her novel Ghost Bird.