The Honourable Dame Quentin Bryce AD CVO officially opens Australia’s most comprehensive exhibition of art pottery

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A record crowd attended the opening of With Heart and Hand: Art Pottery in Queensland 1900–1950 at Griffith University Art Museum, South Bank. Featuring over 170 objects, the exhibition is based around the work of pioneering artist Lewis Jarvis (L.J.) Harvey, his students, and the distinctive style that became a hallmark of what is known […]

Queensland College of Art graduate awards 2017

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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.

Griffith graduates feature in world’s biggest contemporary art exhibit

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Two graduates from the Queensland College of Art have been chosen to exhibit at Documenta 14, the world’s most prestigious contemporary art event. Doctoral candidate Dale Harding and Masters graduate Gordon Hookey are among just three Australian artists invited to show their work at Documenta. The blockbuster exhibition is held every five years in Kassel, Germany and features the best contemporary artists from around the world.

Third major art prize for QCA alumnus Tony Albert

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Queensland College of Art (QCA) alumnus Tony Albert has taken out his third major Australian art prize – the $65,000 Fleurieu Art Prize. Known as the richest landscape art prize in the world, it follows his two previous art prize successes with the $50,000 Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award, and the […]