Peter Thiedeke's passion for photography has taken him all around the world - from high fashion shoots in London and New York to exploring off the beaten track in South America, Spain and the Sahara.
During the QCA graduate shows throughout October and November, our graduating students showcased work from the disciplines of fine art, photography, design and digital media, contemporary Australian Indigenous art, film, animation and games design. These exhibitions celebrated the remarkable achievements of students during their studies, and recognised notable outstanding students through awards across each of the creative disciplines.
Recent Queensland College of Art (QCA) graduate Eliah Lillis is living the dream, working as a photographer at Cambodia’s only international award-winning newspaper, The Phnom Penh Post. Eliah graduated from QCA in 2016 with a Photography degree majoring in Photojournalism and Photographic Artistic Practice. This latest opportunity at The Phnom Penh Post arose after travelling […]
Students commencing Fine Art or Photography degrees at the Queensland College of Art (QCA) in 2017 will be immersed in a new joint foundation year program that will foster skills and knowledge key to their artistic development throughout their degree and beyond.
Raphaela Rosella, a 26-year-old Queensland College of Art graduate has won one of the world's most coveted photographic prizes.
A Queensland College of Art Doctoral candidate has chosen to live in abject poverty in Bangladesh with city street dwellers, rural villagers and slums to capture the realities for people in poverty.
The idealistic images in our heads of what farming looks like are no longer accurate. Issue Editor of Australian PhotoJournalist & QCA Honours Photography student, Louise Wright, discusses animal rights within the food industry.