Living Poverty: The lived experience of three families impoverished in Bangladesh.
The exhibition Mythopoetic: women artists from India and Australia takes place across three galleries located at Griffith University’s Queensland College of Art.
Currently showing in the PROJECT Gallery: ‘Secrets’ by Alain Francois
Performance, the Body and Time in the 21st century
Waterwheel is an online platform dedicated to Water as a topic and metaphor.
Please join the artist for the opening of: The Keeper of Secrets.
For all information and details about this exhibition, visit the ‘My Animal’ QCA Galleries Calendar entry.
IRANIAN PERSPECTIVE / CULTURAL PARTISANS. An exhibition in two parts by 12 Iranian artists.
Exhibition by Hahan, who is here from Indonesia on a 3 month residency. Over the next 3 weeks, Hahan will be using the Project Gallery to create a work based on his Brisbane experience: WELKOME MATE.
An exhibition from Queensland College of Art, Griffith University photography and photojournalism students has captured the spirit and passion of Wesley Mission volunteers in Brisbane.
All graduate exhibition information is also available on the Griffith University site.
Please join the artists in the Project Gallery this evening for the opening of ‘Bourke Experience’ and ‘Split View’