PROGRAM




THURSDAY 15 NOVEMBER


4-6PM

DAB BUILDING 6
CB06


COURSES IN CONVERSATION: INDUSTRY PREVIEW

A space for networking, review and analysis of the exhibition between students and industry. 


Invite only

6-8PM

DAB BUILDING 6
CB06

OPENING EVENT

Inaugurating the work and achievements of more than 500 DAB graduates.

All are welcome.


FRIDAY 16 NOVEMBER


10AM-6PM

DAB BUILDING 6
CB06


EXHIBITION

Exhibition open to all.


All are welcome.

12PM-2PM

DAB CAFÉ LVL 4
CB06.04

WHAT GOES ON IN BUILDING 6?

Tours of the exhibition for broader UTS Staff, students and public.

REGISTER > 12PM-12:40PM
REGISTER > 12:30PM-1:10PM
REGISTER > 1PM-1:40PM

2PM-5PM

GUTHRIE THEATRE
BUILDING 6, LVL 3
CB06.03

UTS DAB FUTURES SYMPOSIUM 2018

A design symposium that responds to key emerging themes from the exhibition.


REGISTER



SATURDAY 17 NOVEMBER


10AM-4PM

DAB BUILDING 6
CB06


EXHIBITION

Exhibition open to all.


All are welcome.

PLEASE NOTE

The Fashion Honours graduation show is held as a separate event on the 23rd October, buy tickets here.

The Photography Honours graduation exhibition is held as a separate event, opening on the 23rd November, 6 - 8pm in the UTS Art Gallery.

All are welcome.



GETTING HERE


PUBLIC TRANSPORT
There are lot of bus, train and light rail services to Central Station and Railway Square, only a short walk to UTS.

Get directions

PARKING
There are lot of bus, train and light rail services to Central Station and Railway Square, only a short walk to UTS.

If you’ll be driving in, there are various paid car park options close to campus:

Interpark – Thomas St, Ultimo
Novotel Sydney Central Hotel (Wilson Parking) – 169-179 Thomas St, Sydney
Broadway Shopping Centre – Bay St, Broadway
Wilson Parking, Market City – 2 Quay St, Haymarket
Mercure Hotel Parking – 818 George St, Sydney

ACCESS
The Access Ramp to Building 6 (CB06) can be found at the Harris St entrance at 702-730 Harris Street, Broadway, NSW 2007.   

UTS maps provide campus access details. Click to select ‘Access and amenities’.



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