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21 December 2022
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15 November 2017

Global opportunities for fine arts graduate

Bachelor of Fine Art graduate Zoe Long recently returned from a 3-month study tour in Indonesia after winning a sought after scholarship. Zoe was one of 60 young people from more than 40 different countries who won the prestigious Indonesian Art and Cultural Scholarship.

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20 October 2016
Image credit: Rachael Wellisch, How will it be?, Plastic stitched indigo dyed canvas on ply, 50cm x 50cm x 10cm, 2015.

New Foundation year a drawcard for Fine Art and Photography students

Students commencing Fine Art or Photography degrees at the Queensland College of Art (QCA) in 2017 will be immersed in a new joint foundation year program that will foster skills and knowledge key to their artistic development throughout their degree and beyond.

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4 June 2015
Queensland College of Art Fine Art student, Michelle Gunther, currently on exchange in Kassel, Germany.

Fine art award honours art theory legacy

QCA Fine Art student Michelle Gunther was recently announced as the recipient of the Inaugural Bonnie English Memorial Art Theory Award.

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31 October 2014
Hadieh Afshani with her winning artwork, 'Motion of Light'.

Fine Art Masters student wins St George Art Award 2014

Queensland College of Art (QCA) Masters research student, Hadieh Afshani has been awarded the 2014 St George Art Award for her stirring oil painting Motion of Light.

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8 April 2024
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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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29 November 2023

Living within safe & just Earth System Boundaries for blue water

Can basic human water needs be met without exceeding safe and just Earth System Boundaries (ESB) for surface and groundwater (blue water), defined to protect people and planet?

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25 October 2023

World-first human challenge trial to test efficacy of Strep A and rheumatic heart disease vaccine

Griffith University’s Institute for Glycomics has received a $5 million philanthropic donation from the International Leducq Foundation to further the development of a Strep A vaccine.

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2 August 2023
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