From Cannes Film Festival in France, to the beaches of Western Australia, students and alumni in the Arts, Education and Law Group are making their mark in industry.
The Griffith Film School is celebrating another successful showcase at Cannes, profiling the works of students and alumni, and providing the opportunity for them to network with key industry players and screen their work on a global stage.
Back at home Bachelor of Popular Music students will be showcasing their talents to music industry VIPs at the launch of Seed Volume 3 compilation this Friday (June 20).
Additionally, Queensland College of Arts students are winning multiple awards at both national and state levels across photography and design categories.
Our research continues to thrive, as well as our commitment to sharing this knowledge with the community. Newly appointed Griffith Law School Dean, Professor Penelope Mathew will be sharing her research insights in delivering the annual AEL Public Lecture: Regionalism, responsibility and refugees, taking place next month.
Also on the horizon is the AEL-led Global Integrity Summit – Towards Integrity 20, which will explore the ethics and integrity dimensions of the G20 agenda, and suggest possible solutions to some of the challenges faced.
I look forward to seeing you at these events, and don’t forget to follow the vibrant calendar of performance events offered by our Queensland Conservatorium.
Professor Paul Mazerolle