First Nations alumni will showcase their work at Australia's largest contemporary art festival.
Griffith University Art Museum is proud to present a museum survey of distinguished contemporary Australian artist and Griffith University/Queensland College of Art alumna Davida Allen from 3 May – 30 June 2018. Davida Allen: In the Moment encompasses over 40 works from the artist’s five-decade practice, and will include a suite of large-scale drawings from […]
In the largest solo exhibition of his career to date, leading contemporary Australian artist Archie Moore will present a new commission at Griffith University Art Museum from 8 March – 21 April 2018. Curated by Griffith University Art Museum Director Angela Goddard, Archie Moore: 1970–2018 takes the form of a multi-room installation based on a […]
Dale Harding’s latest exhibition has taken him on a journey from the wilderness of Carnarvon Gorge to the dizzying heights of the contemporary art scene in Europe. The Queensland College of Art doctoral candidate is back in Australia after exhibiting in Athens and Kassel as part of Documenta 14 – dubbed the ‘art Olympics’.
For many, drawing invokes whimsical memories of childhood. Few may realise, however, that drawing is growing in popularity as a contemporary arts practice that cuts across a range of different industries. This week, Brisbane is to become the focal point for people who draw with the launch of the inaugural Drawing International Brisbane (DIB) 2015. […]