Griffith University alumnus Martin Pratley never imagined he would one day be creating musical instruments for the likes of Australian music legends John Butler and Tash Sultana.
Griffith University will showcase work by creative arts students, alumni and faculty at Bleach* Festival over the next 10 days.
Music and design faculty from Griffith's South Bank campus have created a stunning sonic sculpture as part of the inaugural Curiocity festival.
From laser-cut seaweed creations to 3D print tableware and augmented reality installations, Griffith University is set to showcase the talent of its design staff and students at Beijing Design Week. Griffith was the only Australian university invited to exhibit at Beijing Design Week, which provides a platform for cutting-edge work by the world’s most exciting […]
Queensland College of Art Design graduate Troy Baverstock has won the Design Institute of Australia's national prize for Industrial / Product Design. Troy's diverse range of cutting-edge designs ranged from a 3D printed prosthetic limb to a sleek timber sound system.
Queensland College of Art graduate Meryl Keioskie has won the Design Institute of Australia's Queensland Graduate of the Year Award (GOTYA). Meryl said she was "in complete shock" about the award, which recognised her Honours project - an arresting graphic novel about her life with Asperger's Syndrome.
Queensland College of Art students are among the first in Australia to embark on a new creative arts and design exchange to Indonesia. The Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) is piloting a new national program, which attracted more than 100 students from across Australia.