Provocative works examine debate around Australia's Indigenous history.
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The future of Australian contemporary art as seen through the eyes of 33 exceptional artists will be on show this August as they vie for the Churchie Emerging Art Prize. For the sixth year in a row, the Griffith University Art Gallery (GUAG) […]
Griffith University is pleased to announce the appointment of Angela Goddard, Curator, Australian Art at Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) as the new Director at Griffith Artworks. Starting from next month, the renowned curator will assume responsibility for Griffith University Art Gallery (GUAG), the flagship public gallery of the University, and […]
Exploring the influence Australian and Aboriginal artists have had in shaping our culture and understanding, A Time and a Place: Landscapes from the Griffith University Art Collection features contemporary and historical artworks acquired since the early 1980s. Open now at the South Bank campus and running through to April 18, the exhibition aims to engage and […]
Brisbane’s hottest emerging artists, designers, photographers and filmmakers will present their work at a free public event over four days starting tonight in South Bank. The Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, opens its doors for its annual graduate showcase in unique style for the very first time, inviting art lovers to explore a huge […]
Brisbane-based artist Caitlin Franzmann has won the churchie emerging art prize for 2014 - one of the country’s most rewarding for emerging artists.
A series of powerful portraits depicting the realities of war is stirring emotions Brisbane-wide, with almost 1,000 people through the doors since the show opened less than two weeks ago.