Griffith university staff and students will rub shoulders with global water experts at next month’s Water Future Conferencein Bangalore India. The conference, organised by the Griffith University-based Sustainable Water Future Programme and the Indian Institute of Science, will see the Griffith University’s Australian Rivers Institute and the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science’sthe Water […]
Queensland College of Art alumnus Travis Beard will premiere his directorial debut in Brisbane this weekend - a powerful feature documentary about Afghanistan's first heavy metal band.
Photography students from the Queensland College of Art have turned their lens on Roma, revealing the people and landscapes that make up the small country town. Six hours drive west of Brisbane, Roma is the gateway to the Outback and Carnarvon Gorge, famed for its cattle saleyards and country hospitality. Fourteen photography students spent a […]
Queensland College of Art photojournalism students have teamed up with the Wesley Mission Queensland for a new photo exhibition to mark Anti-Poverty Week.
Queensland College of Art students have immersed themselves in the Goan way of life to document a shared experience in storytelling, with an exhibition to be launched in Brisbane this month. Students studying photojournalism, documentary practice, film, and design joined with fellow students from The One School Goa in India for 21 days to find […]
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Imagine suffering with a disease some medical professionals say is non-existent in Australia. This is the reality for Karen New who has suffered from chronic Lyme disease for 25 years ever since being bitten by a tick. Her story has been beautifully documented in a short film by Queensland College of Art photojournalism graduateElise Searson. […]
Raphaela Rosella, a 26-year-old Queensland College of Art graduate has won one of the world's most coveted photographic prizes.