Camaraderie in art and culture

Griffith Asia Institute
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Shandong University of Arts and Griffith University Art Exhibition An artistic collaboration between Australia and China spanning 15 years will be celebrated by a joint exhibition in South Bank from 6 January. This exhibition honours artworks created by university leaders, professional staff, senior lecturers, longstanding educators and students from both universities, with styles and media […]

Emerging filmmakers from Fiji and India to benefit from inaugural Asia Pacific Screen Lab

Griffith Film School
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Indian filmmaker Balaka Ghosh and Fijian filmmaker Vilsoni Hereniko have been selected as the inaugural recipients of the Asia Pacific Screen Lab (APSL). Announced by the Griffith Film School, the Asia Pacific Screen Academy and NETPAC (Network for the Promotion of Asia Pacific Cinema), the two emerging filmmakers will be paired with an APSA Academy […]

Security under spotlight at latest GAI Dialogue

The Abe government reforms will be considered at the Australia-Japan Dialogue hosted by the Griffith Asia Institute.
Centre for Governance and Public Policy
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Asia’s rapidly evolving security environment will be assessed when Griffith University’s Asia Institute host the fourth annual Australia-Japan Dialogue today (Nov 28). Experts will also address where Australia-Japan relations fit within this context at the workshop in Tokyo. The 2014 Australia-Japan Dialogue is supported by the Australia-Japan Foundation and builds on previous Dialogue meetings held in […]

Griffith Asia Institute to Examine Australia-Japan Relationship in Complex Times

Griffith Asia Institute
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Griffith University’s Asia Institute will host the fourth annual Australia-Japan Dialogue in Tokyo on 28 November where experts will address Asia’s rapidly evolving security environment and where Australia-Japan relations fit within this context. The 2014 Australia-Japan Dialogue is generously supported by the Australia-Japan Foundation and builds on previous Dialogue meetings held in Brisbane and Tokyo […]

Is our rock art older than Europe’s?

The oldest scientifically dated hand stencil and rock painting of an animal
School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science
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PERAHU (Place, Evolution and Rock Art Heritage Unit) has announced its discovery of the earliest minimum age for a hand stencil, found in the Maros region of Southern Sulawesi, Indonesia. On October 9 2014, PERAHU’s Maxime Aubert and his Australian-Indonesian team published an earth-shattering paper in the prestigious journal Nature, which revealed that the world’s […]

Griffith University strengthens partnership with Yunnan Normal University (YNNU), China

Griffith Asia Institute
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On 19 October 2014, Professor Ian O’Connor, Vice Chancellor and President, Griffith University paid a return visit to Yunnan Normal University to commemorate the long standing partnership between both institutions following the visit by Professor Yang Lin, President UNNU to Griffith on 19 May 2014. A tree planting ceremony was held to testify the ever […]