Assembling a collection for Paris Fashion Week is the culmination of a life’s work for young designers. A few months after graduation, Queensland College of Art jewellery designer Jess McMaster is in the city of light to show her latest accessories collection to international buyers and trendsetters. Jess graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Art Jewellery and Small Objects last year and has been working feverishly to create a stunning new collection to go on display in The CUBE Showroom, alongside other emerging designers.
Queensland College of Art students are proving that they are at the top of their game, scooping up the major prizes at a host of prestigious awards in the past month. Alicia Lane, 43, won the $15,000 top prize at the Swell Sculpture Festival on the Gold Coast. Her entry, Rainforest Remnants, was a series of […]
Queensland College of Art postgraduate student Alicia Lane has scooped the $15,000 top prize at the Swell Sculpture Festival. Ms Lane,43, took out the Swell Sculpture Award with her work titled Rainforest Remnants, which was acquired by a private collector.
The illusion of frequent uni toga parties, late-night exam cramming and post-lecture drinks quickly evaporated, as we were faced with the realities of true university life – a life dominated by prioritising, time-management and organisation.