Arts Education Law

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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Alumni

Queensland Conservatorium launches 2021 season

The Queensland Conservatorium has unveiled its 2021 concert season, featuring epic symphonies, movie musicals, theatre classics and contemporary opera.
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Alumni

Music graduate asks why some songs work and others flounder

Queensland Conservatorium graduate Ant Aggs is using his global performing, recording and writing experience to break down the mysteries surrounding songwriting.
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Griffith Health

Research to review music’s impact on First Peoples health

Wiradjuri descendant Naomi Sunderland leads ARC funded research into how First Peoples music mitigates negative health factors in communities.
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Arts Education Law

Singing to connect with new mothers

Singers, musicians, researchers and midwives have banded together to deliver a musical mum and bub group.
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Griffith researchers awarded $2m in ARC Indigenous funding and Early Discovery

Griffith University researchers have been awarded more than $2 million in Australian Research Council (ARC) funding in the the ARC Discovery Indigenous and ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award schemes announced by the Federal Minister for Education Dan Tehan MP this week. Vice Chancellor and President Professor Carolyn Evans said the awards demonstrated the impact […]
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Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards nominees announced

Due to the impact of COVID-19, the Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards will be held virtually this year on September 15.
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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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Arts Education Law

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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Arts Education Law

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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Arts Education Law

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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Alumni

Four Fulbright Scholars for Griffith

Four Griffith University representatives have been named recipients of the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship.
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Arts Education Law

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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Arts Education Law

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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Arts Education Law

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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