Griffith University’s Queensland College of Art (QCA) is proudly recognising its largest cohort by including them in its new name — Queensland College of Art and Design (QCAD).
Budding Indigenous artists are learning to more authentically connect to their cultural identity through art thanks to the Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art unit (CAIA) and an Arts Queensland First Nations Commissioning Fund grant.
Outback Queensland has just seen an influx of 120 Griffith University-led students and staff who travelled to Winton for the Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival.
Auchenflower train station has been brought to life thanks to Queensland College of Art. Adding to a growing list of public art projects around the state by Griffith University’s QCA LiveArt program, the mural has this week been completed by a team of students. QCA LiveArt invites students to work with industry and community groups […]
Queensland College of Art alumnus Krystal Bradford is bringing her love of painting, drawing, mixed media and colour exploration to her own pop-up, artist in residence exhibit in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley. Running from 19 May until 1 June 2023 at Studio on Brunswick, the exhibit will showcase Mrs Bradford’s recent abstract works which seek to […]
QCA graduate Marianne Wobcke has received an Australia Council Award for her pioneering work using art to create culturally safe birth practices.
Queensland College of Art Design graduate Rachele Andrews was recently announced the winner of the 2020 Design Institute of Australia Queensland Visual Communication Graduate of the Year. Rachele was awarded for works including: ‘Children of a Welcoming Australia‘, an educational workbook for children raising awareness about refugees and Australia’s multicultural society; a plant management app […]