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CLIMARTE and the University of Melbourne's Carlton Connect Initiative have hosted a forum on the role and effectiveness of visual media in communicating matters of environmental and social importance.

An exhibition of new artwork depicting the longform narrative poem of one of Australia’s most highly regarded poets will go on display this month at the University of Melbourne’s Noel Shaw Gallery, accompanied by a series of free public events.

This year’s Melbourne Art Fair is being held at the University of Melbourne Southbank campus, home of the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music and Melbourne’s growing arts precinct.

In a world-first, University of Melbourne researchers have designed an artificial intelligence (AI) system to detect and display people’s personality traits and physical attractiveness based solely on a photo of their face.

More than 30 local and international First Nations design practitioners will present at the University of Melbourne’s Indigenous Design Symposium this week to explore the role of Indigenous design.

Leading artists and scientists will examine storms scientifically, artistically and metaphorically as part of a public exhibition on how art and science can combine to communicate and solve problems.

A key work of the minimalist dance movement – first presented at Yoko Ono’s New York studio in 1961 and now part of The Museum of Modern Art’s collection – is being performed for the first time in Australia by University of Melbourne dance and theatre students at a at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV).

New research is being undertaken to better understand how and why older people listen to the radio, what they are listening to and how this might be related to their wellbeing.

Images of an Australasian cockatoo have been discovered in a manuscript dating from 13th century Sicily, now held in the Vatican library.

Results from the first census of young Australians from refugee and migrant backgrounds are in, revealing a mixed picture of optimism and belonging, against a backdrop of ongoing discrimination.

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