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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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Bringing creative change to addressing social inequality

Can music really change the world? Professor Brydie-Leigh Bartleet intends to find out.
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ARC awards four Future Fellowships at Griffith

Four Griffith University researchers have been awarded Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowships worth more than $3.8 million.
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Arts Education Law

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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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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Singing away the coronavirus blues: making music in a time of crisis reminds us we belong

Griffith experts say making music provides a means to regain control in a time of crisis.
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Four Fulbright Scholars for Griffith

Four Griffith University representatives have been named recipients of the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship.
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Griffith lecturer joins Smithsonian for artist residency

Queensland Conservatorium lecturer Professor Vanessa Tomlinson turns artist-in-residence at the Smithsonian as part of its 2019 Year of Music.
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How the arts sustain Australia’s most remote communities

A three-year ARC Linkage Project led by the Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre mapped the arts and creative sector in one of Australia's largest remote regions.
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Researcher partners with British Museum to save endangered musical traditions

Griffith music researcher Dr Catherine Grant got the opportunity to go behind the scenes at the British Museum.
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Award-winning research uses power of sound to preserve waterways

A Griffith researcher who harnessed the power of sound to help preserve the planet's waterways has been recognised at the APRA Art Music Awards.
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Art and science unite: prestigious grants to propel ecoacoustics research 

Ecoacoustics recognised with two illustrious grants that will help propel the unique, interdisciplinary field.  
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The sound of healing

The act of listening can help Indigenous prisoners reconnect with their culture and benefit their health and wellbeing, according to a new project by creative arts and health researchers at Griffith.
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Creating a sonic playground

Music and design faculty are creating a sonic playground at the Brisbane Powerhouse this weekend as part of the Curiocity Festival.
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Artwork takes viewers on a sonic adventure

Music and design faculty from Griffith's South Bank campus have created a stunning sonic sculpture as part of the inaugural Curiocity festival.
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Arts Education Law

On a mission to save Cambodia’s musical heritage

Griffith creative arts lecturers have collaborated on a stunning new book that documents Cambodia's musical heritage.
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Griffith researchers harnessing the arts for social change

Professor Brydie-Leigh Bartleet (Director, Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre, Griffith University) has just been awarded a highly competitive Arts for Good Fellowship by the Singapore International Foundation.
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Art and science unite to showcase wetland ecosystems   

Wetland Wanders, a Griffith University project, unites art, science and technology in an exhibition exploring the rich diversity of Queensland’s wetlands. 
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