Queensland Conservatorium students have brought music to the streets of the city as part of a reimagined Brisbane Festival.
Griffith Film School (GFS) will host the Australian premiere of Brisbane Festival’s Singapore Unbound from Tuesday 22 September to Saturday 26 September as part of a series of works celebrating Singapore’s 50th year of independence. The showcase has been curated by founding Festival Director of the Singapore International Film Festival, Philip Cheah, who throughout his career has been […]
Pulitzer Prize winning composer John Luther Adams’ inspirational new work Sila, The Breath of the World will be given its Australian premiere in a special performance directed by Grammy-award winner Tim Munro on Saturday 5 September. Eighty of the State’s finest young musicians from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University will perform throughout the hallways and […]
A unique Australian opera performance inspired by the courage and resilience of those who lived through the devastating floods of 2011 will premiere this week during Brisbane Festival.
Ms Allen, in Australia for the Brisbane Festival shared with the Griffith University community, local schools and partners in the Logan district her experience in using arts education to encourage disengaged youths.
Griffith University will this year make a headline appearance at the city’s largest annual cultural event in more ways than one. As the 2012 Brisbane Festival kicks off on September 8, more than 90 staff and students from the Queensland Conservatorium will join the highly anticipated line-up, which will also feature Lisa Gasteen’s first […]