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First Nations academic wins epic public art commission

Dr Bianca Beetson will create one of Australia’s largest public artworks after securing a highly sought-after commission.
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Student hits the road to research digital nomads

PhD candidate Alejandra Ramirez Vidal will spend the next year travelling across Australia in a tricked-out minivan as part of her research into digital nomadism.
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Music alumni lead Australia’s biggest vocal ensemble

A pair of Griffith alumni are leading the country’s largest ever vocal ensemble - using the power of song to connect communities isolated by COVID.
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Creating cultural connections through art and medicine

QCA graduate Marianne Wobcke has received an Australia Council Award for her pioneering work using art to create culturally safe birth practices.
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The healing power of song

Griffith student Jenna Robertson is producing an opera about devastating bushfires that ripped through the Gold Coast hinterland in 2019.
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Griffith showcases art and science at Curiocity Festival

Lecturers have created the world’s largest acoustic guitar – a mind-blowing multi-disciplinary collaboration that will take centre stage at Curiocity Festival this month.
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Virtual production pushes boundaries of filmmaking

Griffith Film School students are pioneering new technology that is revolutionising the screen industry.
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Meet the First Nations researcher uncovering Queensland’s hidden histories

Queensland College of Art lecturer Dr Fiona Foley is cementing her position as one of the country's leading First Nations researchers, with the launch of her first book and a raft of fellowships and grants.
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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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Griffith creatives explore Brisbane’s hidden history

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.
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Indigenous art lecturer wins national fellowship

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.
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Creative arts student unveils epic interactive exhibition at Queensland Museum

Doctoral candidate Mauricio Iregui has created a large-scale interactive installation for the Queensland Museum that mixes art, music and science.
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New research shows why musicians among the hardest hit by COVID-19

Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre has released the findings of the largest national survey into the working lives of Australian musicians.
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Award recipients bring Queensland’s past to life

Three Griffith University scholars are shining a light on the state's untold stories after receiving prestigious fellowships at the State Library of Queensland.
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Indigenous artists reach finals of national art prize

Three artists from Griffith have made the finals of the Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA).
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Artists connect with audiences from home

Griffith artists are creating work from their home studios to share with artlovers online as part of a new residency at the Museum of Brisbane.
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How music helps us cope during a crisis

Music has always played a vital role in times of uncertainty - whether it's creating a sense of community, lifting spirits or providing a much-needed distraction.
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Honours scholarships open up a world of opportunity

Outstanding design students will carry out cutting-edge honours research at the Queensland College of Art, thanks to scholarships from local arts organisations.
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