Current is a group art exhibition that seeks to spark a dialogue about contemporary feminism, and the role it plays in art and society in Brisbane in 2012. Featuring new works by eight of Brisbane’s most exciting emerging artists, Current…
Congratulations to Queensland College of Art graduate, Clare Poppi for receiving an ArtStart grant recently.
The Griffith Film School hosted the national launch of the documentary APOLOGY & BEYOND by Peter Hegedus. The film is about the Forgotten Australians and the Forde Inquiry.
MadHouse (Reality TV show about the creative advertising process), challenges a bunch of young film/TV/Media people with a crazy deadline to produce a TV spot and film them while they get “creative” (stressed).
Contact Maura Reilly for further information on this Intensive Arts Writing Course.
A collaborative project by painting students from QCA Griffith University and Southern Cross University.
17 – 30 June, POP Gallery, Woolloongabba.
Griffith Centre for Cultural Research hosting the International Creative Communities 3 Conference
The Open Road Film Festival, a new initiative between Australia’s film industry and Harley-Davidson®, serving to promote Australia’s filmmaking talent.
Queensland College of Art graduate, Karla Marchesi featured in The Courier Mail on June 10.
Chris Bennie is a contemporary artist, curator and QCA alumnus. He is currently employed at Griffith University as a Lecturer in New Media and as Exhibitions and Public Programs Officer in the Griffith University Art Gallery.
Exhibition – Hesam Fetrati, ‘Blindness’ at POP Gallery, 12 Ipswich Rd, Woolloongabba.