Online OnCountry exhibition to launch for NAIDOC Week

Artwork: Ngaaru (Water) by Brentyn Lugnan, 61 x 91.5cm, ink and paint on canvas, 2019. 'Online OnCountry' is a new-concept online gallery that will showcase the work of five professional Aboriginal artists from across NSW.  Emerging as a response to the...

Painting using contemporary and traditional Aboriginal techniques. The painting features a sinuous serpent-like ribbon of green and blue, and egg-like shapes, representative of water.

Pursuing a passion for history

Our thirst for knowledge often begins at university, but sometimes strands of that curiosity can be traced all the way back to our childhood.  “I was first exposed to British and European history as a 7-year-old many years ago, and that experience has provided...

UNE history student Nanette Reid stands in front of historic ruins on her travels around Asia.

Rural criminologist Alistair Harkness joins UNE

When criminologist Dr Alistair Harkness decided to focus his work on the impacts of crime on farmers and rural communities, it was “not a crowded field”. In fact, he was one of two criminologists to pave the way in this specialty field (along with UNE’s Elaine...

Portrait image of criminologist Dr Alistair Harkness

Jess finds her voice in regional theatre

A frustration with regional theatre productions could have seen UNE theatre studies student Jess Lamb run back to the city. Instead, she became a published playwright. Her first play, Rockpocalypse, written for her Master of Applied Theatre Studies at UNE, has been...

Smiling portrait image of Jess Lamb with blurred background
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