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3 June 2019

Griffith students recreate Australia’s best-loved artworks

Students from the Queensland College of Art have had the chance to recreate Australia's greatest masterpieces thanks to an exclusive opportunity at the Queensland Art Gallery.

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18 March 2019

Artwork takes viewers on a sonic adventure

Music and design faculty from Griffith's South Bank campus have created a stunning sonic sculpture as part of the inaugural Curiocity festival.

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30 April 2015

Australian Curator Angela Goddard announced as Director at Griffith Artworks

Griffith University is pleased to announce the appointment of Angela Goddard, Curator, Australian Art at Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery...

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18 November 2014
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21 October 2013

Griffith catalogue celebrates court artworks

The Chief Justice of Queensland, The Honourable Paul de Jersey AC, has launched a Queensland College of Art Griffith University...

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9 April 2024

Art and Ethos – Taring Padi

Culturally enriched mediums Taring Padi’s work reimagines facets of their Indonesian culture, deconstructing Indonesian shadow puppet traditions (wayang) and recreating...

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5 April 2024

What I learned from Taring Padi

Taring Padi is an artistic collective based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The group is prominent for their portrayal of the people’s...

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12 September 2023

‘Oystertecture’ builds a pathway to SWELL for architects

Architects share stage amongst more than 70 artists at this year’s Gold Coast sculpture event.

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9 August 2023

Kerry O’Brien in conversation with Professor Kristy Muir

In this instalment of Griffith University’s conversation series, A Better Future for All, distinguished journalist and author Kerry O’Brien talks with Professor Kristy Muir, CEO of the Paul Ramsay Foundation, about the role of philanthropy in realising important social outcomes.

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17 July 2023

Grant Leads The Way to Indigenous Art Connection

Budding Indigenous artists are learning to more authentically connect to their cultural identity through art thanks to the Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art unit (CAIA) and an Arts Queensland First Nations Commissioning Fund grant.

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