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Our team of visionaries, explorers, designers and craftspeople are artisans at heart who care about and understand the creative process. Using our skills, knowledge and expertise, we take on the ideas of incredible artists and transform their dreams of tomorrow into the reality of today.
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A Life to be Lived within this Deep Breath ( I am with You as We Take This Step forward )
Dick Polich Internship Fund
The new fund will introduce, educate, and empower the next generation of art makers.
Polly Borland's BOD at Marfa Invitational in Texas
Installed amongst the high Chihuahuan Desert plains, Polly Borland's BOD will be amongst the ethereal light and expansive space of far West Texas and the historied backdrop of Marfa.
Richard Bell's Pay the Rent at Tate's Turbine Hall
First Nation artist Richard Bell on his protest pieces heading to Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall
Jarni McGuire's Goodjal ba Ngoonii Koorndaam
Noongar artist Jarni McGuire's work for Brookfield Place's One the Esplanade in Perth illuminates cultural heritage that speaks to place, coming together, and celebration.
From Food and to the Foundry
From Food and to the Foundry: Looking at the artist's time at the UAP Brisbane workshop
Developers Banking on Value of Public Art
Public art is transforming the built environment into more activated, inclusive and beautiful spaces—and while the price tag can put a hole in developers’ budgets, there are some who are realising its true value.
2022 Public Art Highlights
Contributing curators together with UAP's curatorial team select their best public art for the year
Public Art 360
Developing the world’s most comprehensive and holistic study that both quantitatively and qualitatively defines the impacts and benefits of public art.
UAP’s ‘One Earth’ initiative represents our commitment to creating a strategy to become a FutureNormal™ organisation.
Exploring the potential of robotics, visions systems and user-centred software interfaces for artwork design and bespoke manufacturing.
Giving artists the resources and space to explore and extend their practice whilst fostering a collaborative relationship with our designers and craftspeople.
Global Issue 04
James Hart • Sarah Oppenheimer • Judy Watson • The Haas Brothers • Polly Borland • Duke Riley • Stephen Ormandy • Mika Utzon Popov