Arts Education Law

Music student up for Young Australian of the Year 

Griffith University student William Clarke and his brother Daniel have been nominated for the upcoming Young Australian of the Year awards for their conservation work. The pair launched a campaign to help protect critically endangered orangutan populations in Borneo and Sumatra. William and Daniel were named 2021 Queensland Young Australians of the Year late last year, […]
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Arts Education Law

Graduation song strikes a chord with Class of 2020

Griffith music students have created a special graduation song for the Class of 2020.
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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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Alumni

First Nations opera graduate spreads her wings

First Nations opera alumnus Nina Korbe is spreading her wings with a postgraduate scholarship at the renowned Royal Academy of Music in London.
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Alumni

Music students play with industry mentors at Bleach* Festival

Queensland Conservatorium students will perform with their musical mentors at this year's Bleach* Festival.
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Alumni

Talented alumni nominated for coveted ARIA Awards

Queensland Conservatorium alumni Katie Noonan, Megan Washington and Jayson Gillham have been nominated for Australia's top music industry awards.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Inaugural Open House series a resounding success

Open House, our socially distanced response to the traditional Open Day, has achieved a 14% increase on prospective student registrations year-on-year.
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Alumni

Six worthy winners of Churchill Fellowships

A total of six staff, students and alumni have been awarded prestigious Churchill Fellowships, allowing them to pursue their passion on the world stage.
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Arts Education Law

Students bring music to the streets

Queensland Conservatorium students have brought music to the streets of the city as part of a reimagined Brisbane Festival.
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Alumni

Dami Im brings the X Factor to Griffith’s alumni awards

Queensland Conservatorium graduate Dami Im brought the X Factor to Griffith's annual alumni awards, collaborating with students and faculty on a show-stopping musical medley.
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Arts Education Law

Pandemic opera production is one for the history books

The Queensland Conservatorium is putting on Australia's first opera production since pandemic restrictions took effect - working within strict COVID safe guidelines to ensure the show goes on.
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Arts Education Law

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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Open House takes aspiring performers behind the scenes

Aspiring musicians can go behind the scenes of the Queensland Conservatorium's new online audition process as part of Griffith's virtual Open House initiative.
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Architecture, construction and planning

We’re doing Open Day differently this year

Griffith is hosting a 12-week virtual Open Day as more Australians than ever contemplate studying, due in no small part to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith musicians deliver live music in lockdown

As restrictions ease, more stories are emerging of Griffith students who shared their gifts during lockdown, including those from the Queensland Conservatorium.
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Alumni

Griffith alumni named Gold Coast Women of the Year

Four remarkable members of the Griffith University community have been recognised in the Harvey Norman Gold Coast Women of the Year awards.
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Academic Administration

Griffith game changers highlight the impact of COVID-19 on women around the globe

Griffith University game changers spoke at the WOW Global 24 Festival about how COVID-19 has impacted women.
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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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