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31 October 2016

Design students capture fashions on the field

Queensland College of Art fashion design students will create one-off illustrations of the Fashions on the Field at Eagle Farm Racecourse on Melbourne Cup Day. Dr Tim Lindgren, who leads the Fashion Design course at the Queensland College of Art, said fashion illustration was making a comeback.

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24 September 2020

Griffith artists selected for nation’s top portrait prizes

Works by QCA staff, students and alumni are in the running for two of Australia's most prestigious portrait prizes.

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1 April 2007

Help improve the race that stops a nation

What would it take to stop a Victorian attending the race that stops a nation? To what lengths would people...

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9 August 2022
Vivid Sydney

How public art can reinvigorate Australia’s landscape

New public artworks can again hold a mirror up for local communities that have changed in unexpected ways. They offer opportunity to celebrate differences and commonalities and reflect the lived experiences of communities navigating unprecedented change.

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19 July 2022

How did climate change impact early humans?

Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time. It’s also one of the most complex, and scientists are still learning new things about it all the time. One thing that is becoming increasingly clear, however, is that climate change impacts humans and the way we live. This is true today, as it was in the past. However, a key question remains. How did climate change impact early humans?

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1 February 2022

SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

The world is becoming increasingly urbanised, and the population is constantly growing. Today, more than half of us live in cities, placing them at the forefront of some of our biggest challenges — from public health to climate change.  

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18 January 2022
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31 May 2021
Bruce Pascoe

In Conversation with Professor Bruce Pascoe​

In this conversation, renowned journalist Kerry O’Brien and celebrated Indigenous author Professor Bruce Pascoe explored the way Bruce’s critically acclaimed book Dark Emu: Aboriginal Australia and the birth of Agriculture challenges conventional thinking about the First Australians as hunter gatherers.

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30 March 2021

Griffith victorious in Brisbane Aon Uni 7s round

Griffith's 2021 Rugby 7s side has hit the ground running, winning the weekend’s Brisbane tournament to kickstart this year’s AON Uni Sevens competition.

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12 March 2020

1 million rides and counting: on-demand services bring public transport to the suburbs

Griffith researcher says the technology-driven revolution in urban transport has completely missed the suburbs, which lack public transport services and shared micromobility devices.

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