PVC Message – April 2015

Professor Paul Mazerolle
Arts Education Law
Published
The Arts, Education and Law Group is off to a very strong start for 2015, in particular in the areas of teaching and learning success as well as for the amazing achievement s of our students and alumni. The entire Griffith community was celebrating the news that Associate Professor Brydie-Leigh Bartleet, from the Conservatorium was […]

Fabulous new Creative Director for LiveLab

LiveLab Creative Director Richard Fabb
Arts Education Law
Published
Griffith Film School’s commercial student enterprise LiveLab is set for greatness, with the appointment of a new Creative Director – British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) and Royal Television Society (RTS) award-winning producer, Richard Fabb. Richard comes to Griffith with more than 25 years industry experience. His experience includes ten years working on […]

History expertise sought internationally

Associate Professor of History, Bruce Buchan
Arts Education Law
Published
The School of Humanities is strengthening ties internationally, with Griffith Historian and Political Theorist Associate Professor Bruce Buchan, recently being appointed to two distinguished visiting positions in Europe. The University of Copenhagen and the National Museum at Greenwich in the United Kingdom recently selected Associate Professor Buchan for highly competitive visiting positions. He has been […]

AEL Update November: PVC Message

Professor Paul Mazerolle
Arts Education Law
Published
The festive season is upon us, and there is much to celebrate in the Arts, Education and Law Group (AEL) in 2014. On the creative front, we’re celebrating the work of our graduating artists this month, at the QCA Showcase, where you’ll have the opportunity to view works of our graduating students, hear from successful […]

Top festival selects Griffith film

Griffith Film School postgraduate production, Die Violine is gaining international recognition.
Arts Education Law
Published
Prestigious festival, Camerimage Film Festival has selected Griffith Film School postgraduate film, Die Violine. The film, created by postgraduate alumni Simon Temple and Elana Wilson, is the first Griffith Film School production to be selected by the festival. The international film festival of the art of cinematography, Carmerimage, is the biggest festival dedicated to cinematography […]

AEL Update September: PVC Message

Professor Paul Mazerolle
Arts Education Law
Published
Tackling the big issues is the focus across the Arts, Education and Law (AEL) Group this month. Geoffrey Robertson QC travels from the UK next week to head the line-up for the Global Integrity Summit (September 9-10), hosted by the AEL Group.  He joins more than 30 international experts on integrity who will explore some […]

QCA alumnus wins two major art prizes

Tony Albert with his Basil Sellers Art Prize winning work.
Arts Education Law
Published
Queensland College of Art (QCA) Alumnus Tony Albert has taken out two prestigious national art prizes in as many months, landing $150,000 in prize money. Tony won the $100,000 Basil Sellers Art Prize at the end of July, before also winning the Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award, valued at $50,000 last month. Tony’s winning work, […]