Producing for Screen and Society in the 21st Century. Monday 26 August to Friday 25 October, 2013
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.
Griffith University Art Gallery (GUAG) will be running a series of special school holiday workshops, just for kids, in conjunction with The Prince: Michael Zavros.
This competition is open to all current QCA International students and QCA International alumni.
exist-ence 5: international festival and symposia: live art, performance art and action art
Celebrating 100 Years of Indian Cinema : 15 – 19 May
You are cordially invited to the opening of: ‘Shared Vision… Wspólna Wizja…’ and ‘To Be Continued…’
Sign up now for the QCA Czech Republic and Poland Photography Study Tour this November/December! If you’re not affiliated with Griffith University, you can still travel with us for an additional fee.
Guest lecture by Yuri Engelhardt, assistant professor in Information Visualization and Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam.
The exhibition Mythopoetic: women artists from India and Australia takes place across three galleries located at Griffith University’s Queensland College of Art.
Budding entrepreneurs, designers, software engineers and web startups—this movie is for YOU!
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.