Alumni

Exhibition honours Griffith’s first Aboriginal art graduate

A new exhibition showcases the work of Griffith University’s first Aboriginal visual arts alumnus, the late Ron Hurley.
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Arts Education Law

Partnership to understand Indigenous experiences of CTP

A new partnership between Griffith and MAIC will examine the experiences of injured Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and the Compulsory Third Party scheme.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith launches Creative Arts Research Institute

Griffith University's new Creative Arts Research Institute will bring together leading thinkers from the music and performing arts, design, art and film worlds.
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Arts Education Law

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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Alumni

Art Museum honoured for book on QCA alumnus  

Griffith University Art Museum has won a national prize for a book showcasing the work of First Nations alumnus Gordon Bennett.
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Alumni

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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Arts Education Law

New exhibition celebrates women who dare

Art and design students are shining a spotlight on Brisbane’s early female leaders.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith walks the talk for National Reconciliation Week

Griffith University is leading the way in creating meaningful educational and employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
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Alumni

Emerging artist selected for national showcase

Recent QCA graduate Renee Kire is in the running for Australia’s most significant prize for emerging artists. 
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Alumni

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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Arts Education Law

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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Alumni

Griffith alumni inspire young girls to dream big

A social enterprise collaboration between Griffith alumni is breaking down gender stereotypes in early childhood.
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Alumni

First Peoples artists unveil stunning public art commission

A pair of Griffith alumni are showcasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art by creating an eye-catching public art trail through Ipswich’s city centre.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith design students creating clean habits

Four design students from the Queensland College of Art have created a device to promote better hygiene practices in response to the COVID pandemic. 
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Queensland College of Art

Design graduate recognised for inspiring works

Queensland College of Art Design graduate Rachele Andrews was recently announced the winner of the 2020 Design Institute of Australia Queensland Visual Communication Graduate of the Year. Rachele was awarded for works including: ‘Children of a Welcoming Australia‘, an educational workbook for children raising awareness about refugees and Australia’s multicultural society; a plant management app […]
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Alumni

Griffith creatives are job-ready thanks to industry placement

A trio of talented Griffith creatives are ready for the world of work following an intensive four-week internship with a global advertising agency.
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Arts Education Law

Art lecturer wins top honours at national awards

Queensland College of Art lecturer Natalya Hughes took out top honours at the Sunshine Coast Art Prize, for a stunning abstract work celebrating the female form.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith celebrates the first teachers, artists, scientists and healers

2020 NAIDOC Week has been celebrated across Griffith, albeit more virtually than in previous years. 
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