Country music’s newest star, Jared Porter, is set to make his mark on the world stage after winning more than $15,000 in cash and prizes and a mentorship with one of the world’s biggest labels in the Unsigned Only Music Competition. The Bachelor of Popular Music alumnus and fellow musician Kaylee Bell took out the […]
Queen Street Mall will host the best of Brisbane’s emerging talent this weekend in a series of free concerts by the Queensland Conservatorium’s Jazz Department. The event represents an opportunity to hear truly unique collaborations from fifteen groups, including the eclectic Tip n the Scales – a group fusing jazz, RnB and blues in a […]
The winner of Griffith’s 2015 Three Minute Thesis Challenge is Courtney Williams, a HDR candidate at the Queensland Conservatorium who is researching how to select and compose the most appropriate music to help people undergoing surgery. Courtney’s presentation “Prescribing Music for Surgery” explained how her research into compositional elements helps medical professionals better understand how […]
More than 800 of Queensland’s finest young musicians are attending the fifteenth annual prestigious State Honours Ensemble Program (SHEP) QLD 2015 being held the at the Queensland Conservatorium during the school holidays. Participants were selected from 1900 students across 150 state, private and distance education schools and have traveled from all over Queensland to represent […]
For many, drawing invokes whimsical memories of childhood. Few may realise, however, that drawing is growing in popularity as a contemporary arts practice that cuts across a range of different industries. This week, Brisbane is to become the focal point for people who draw with the launch of the inaugural Drawing International Brisbane (DIB) 2015. […]
Written by Griffith Film School student and director Cameron March Griffith Film School students were offered a once in a lifetime opportunity to work with renowned actor Hugo Weaving as part of LiveLab, the commercial arm of the Film School in Brisbane. I was lucky enough to one of the students involved in the project. […]
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Queensland College of Art graduate Joel Rea is opening his first international solo exhibition in New York.