Standing apart as one of Australia's finest music schools with a glittering roll call of alumni, the Queensland Conservatorium is turning sixty. Internationally recognised musicians including Dami Im, Jayson Gillham, Katie Noonan, Piers Lane, Megan Washington, Kate Miller-Heidke, Lisa Gasteen and Brett Dean have passed through its doors. With players in leading positions in every Australian state orchestra, and a host of Grammy and ARIA award winners among its alumni, the Queensland Conservatorium is celebrating a remarkable six decades of peerless music education.
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Budding young scientists will get to collaborate with renowned researchers at this year’s World Science Festival. Provided as achance for Queensland Secondary Schools to jumpstart their 2017 science programs, theWorld Science Festival Apprentice Programs, coordinated by Griffith University, may even provide the impetus and inspiration towards some award winning student projects. Held on March 22 […]
From tackling some of the world’s biggest challenges to acknowledging the unsung women in science and getting kids to become eco-warriors, Griffith University is sharing its expertise across all areas at this year’s World Science Festival Brisbane. Held fromMarch 22-26, the festival brings together great minds from around the world inan annual week-long celebration and […]
Assembling a collection for Paris Fashion Week is the culmination of a life’s work for young designers. A few months after graduation, Queensland College of Art jewellery designer Jess McMaster is in the city of light to show her latest accessories collection to international buyers and trendsetters. Jess graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Art Jewellery and Small Objects last year and has been working feverishly to create a stunning new collection to go on display in The CUBE Showroom, alongside other emerging designers.
Supply chain management leader links with Griffith Business School.
Australia’s largest whistleblowing research project has given evidence to the first hearings of the Joint Parliamentary Committee inquiry into whistleblower protections in the corporate, public and not-for-profit sectors.
Experts in rehabilitation have joined forces to improve the outcomes for people with long-term disabling conditions including spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, and persistent pain.