Exploring the interaction between technology, humanity and artistry, the [d]GENERATE exhibition highlights aural, visual, animated and tangible computer- generated artworks from across Griffith University.
This competition is open to all current QCA International students and QCA International alumni.
Anna Carey, one of our Queensland College of Art PhD candidates has been selected as a finalist in the Ulrick & Schubert Photography Award 2013 at the Gold Coast Art Gallery.
Please support this Pozible campaign resulting from a QCA student group documentary photography trip to Bangladesh.
Indian Link article on the ‘Mythopoetic: Women Artists from Australia and India’, exhibition currently in three of the Queensland College of Art galleries.
Griffith Film School film, Hummingbirds, produced by James Woods and directed by Hayley MacFarlane will be screened at the West End Film Festival this Sunday.
We are very pleased to announce that the following films have been selected for this year’s Melbourne International Animation Festival (20-30 June 2013):
The exhibition Mythopoetic: women artists from India and Australia takes place across three galleries located at Griffith University’s Queensland College of Art.
Fantastic news regarding several Griffith Film School (GFS) Alumnus. Four of our GFS graduates form a team that has been funded by a Brisbane mobile game development accelerator backed by technology entrepreneur Steve Baxter.
Bosnian-born Adis Fejzic who is currently undertaking a DVA at the Queensland College of Art has just completed a significant sculpture for Parliament House in Canberra.
Queensland College of Art Fine Art Student, David Gibbon, recently reinvented the trophy design for this year’s Matilda Awards (Queensland’s top theatre awards program).