Queensland College of Art students have won international acclaim with a new exhibition that tackles some of the most pressing issues of the 21st century.
Queensland College of Art alumnus Karen Black has won this year’s prestigious Artbank + QPAC Commission – creating a large-scale work on paper inspired by the grand passions, drama and tragedy of opera. The work being commissioned is titled I gaze at you, I possess you translated from a love duet in Montiverdi’s ‘Coronation of Poppea’ […]
Queensland College of Art student Ronda Sharpe enlisted the help of Griffith University's IT team to help create her entry for this year's Swell Sculpture Festival - using hundreds of old data cables to create part of a stunning collaborative work.
Queensland College of Art alumnus Madeleine Kelly has won the $25,000 Sunshine Coast Art Prize for her stunning abstract work, Allowable Forms and Unconscious Facts. The Sunshine Coast Art Prize is a national contemporary acquisitive award presented by Sunshine Coast Council. The award is open to any artist who is an Australian resident, working in a 2D medium.
Queensland College of Art graduate Andy Lowrie has been selected to exhibit his latest collection of jewellery in Rome as part of an international exhibition showcasing the best young talent from around the world.
Queensland College of Art student Robyn Pell has been recognised by the Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, with her work taking centre stage at a prestigious awards ceremony. Robyn, 47, won a commission to design and craft a series of trophies for the Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards.
Ashley Godfrey is the inaugural recipient of the $10,000 Art in Bark Bursary which supports students from remote or regional areas of Queensland. Ashley is studying for a Bachelor of Fine Art at the Queensland College of Art.