Griffith Innovation Challenge: Get an edge with employers and learn the secrets of successful start-ups at our free Ideas to Business seminars – featuring high-profile entrepreneurs and industry experts.
In To Have and To Hold represented artist Karla Marchesi finds abandoned spaces and discarded objects and treats them with all the reverence of a traditional still life.
South Bank Corporation is proud to announce the Grey Street Art Award for Queensland College of Art and South Bank Institute of Technology students valued at $10,000.
Summer School in Cinema,
Human Rights and Advocacy
6-13 July 2012, Galway, Ireland
Following the success of the last 6 years, the Summer School in Cinema, Human Rights and Advocacy will receive the support of the Open…
Two Fine Art graduates are exhibiting in Poland this week. Gabriella Szablewska (MAVA grad) and Brent Wilson (BA grad) are Australian artists who raise social and political issues with their artworks.
Studio space available for current students or recent graduates at The Contemporary Artisans Collective Inc.
The Promise Program opening Thursday March 22 is featuring QCA students, Ali Bezer, Shanna Muston and Arryn Snowball.
Congratulations again to QCA ePhotojournalism lecturer Heather Faulker and QCA Bachelor of Digital Media student, Arianne McNaught. Both were 2012 finalists in the National Photographic Portrait Prize.
QCA, Fine Art graduate, Amanda Ceccato is having a solo show in Brisbane, opening on Friday. All the details below.
Hettich Australia in association with designEX and the DIA invite you to showcase your company’s best in The Hettich Design Challenge at designEX 2012.
QCA student, Sitthixay Ditthavong has been featured in U on Sunday in the Sunday Mail, Brisbane.
Legendary surfing film maker Jack McCoy is bringing to Birch Carroll & Coyle cinemas Coolangatta and Pacific Fair, one of the most comprehensive stories of surfing ever told with the much-anticipated release of A Deeper Shade of Blue.