Griffith Film School alumnus Hayley McFarlane has directed a holiday blockbuster set to hit cinemas this week.
A new exhibition at the Museum of Brisbane is curated by Queensland College of Art (QCA) alumnus Miranda Hine, and features stories, films and artwork by Griffith University staff, students and alumni.
Dr Carol McGregor, who leads Griffith University's unique contemporary Indigenous art program, has received the Australian Academy of the Humanities’ 2020 John Mulvaney Fellowship.
Queensland Conservatorium graduate Dami Im brought the X Factor to Griffith's annual alumni awards, collaborating with students and faculty on a show-stopping musical medley.
The Queensland Conservatorium is putting on Australia's first opera production since pandemic restrictions took effect - working within strict COVID safe guidelines to ensure the show goes on.
The University has launched a new doctoral program to give future autism researchers the skills and experience they need to improve the lives of people on the spectrum. The Autism Future Researchers Doctoral Training Program is the first of its kind in Australia and was designed with extensive input from industry and the autism community. […]
The Griffith film alumnus behind some of Australia's best-loved television series has launched a new production company to support local talent and crew.