In Our Own Words: Writing the Medical Life

QUT Creative Lab researchers A/Prof Kari Gislason and A/Prof Sarah Holland-Batt, alongside Professor Margaret McAllister (CQU) and Dr Fiona Riley from the Centre for Children’s Health Research at the Queensland Children’s Hospital, will be presenting at a special breakfast seminar on the theme of narrative medicine.  The seminar is…

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Visiting Scholar Lecture – Marge Sassi

Please join us for a lecture by Creative Lab visiting scholar Marge Sassi (Estonian Business School) on Wednesday 7th August at 10.30am in Z9-607 followed by light refreshments on the balcony.  RSVP HERE. How Art and Business can co-exist in perfect Harmony:  Paradoxes in Cultural and Creative Industries Organizations?   Art and…

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Bodies of Tech at Brisbane Powerhouse

Please join the Creative Lab as we showcase an exciting two nights of art and panel sessions from Creative Lab researchers and HDRs. BODIES OF TECH AT BRISBANE POWERHOUSE August 7 and 8th   Showing Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th August at the Brisbane Powerhouse is Bodies of Tech – a series of artworks and panel sessions curated by Steph…

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Empathetic Gestures II Exhibition Opening

Come along to The Block this week for the opening of Empathetic Gestures II by School of Creative Practice PhD student Genine Larin. Empathic Gestures II is the second creative iteration from a transdisciplinary practice-led PhD project that considers knowledge and practice from across visual art, dance practices and psychoanalysis. The…

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All We Can Do is Pray

Please join us tomorrow Friday 8th March for the opening of an exhibition of artwork by three contemporary Japanese artists curated by QUT Creative Industries PhD student, Emily Wakeling All We Can Do is Pray is a group exhibition and public programs to be held at Frank Moran Memorial Hall 8-16 March 2019. The artwork of three Japanese…

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That's Really Something – a performance by Dr John Willsteed Friday 21 September

Image of John Willsteed

That’s Really Something is intended to give some context to the Not Like Yesterday exhibition of posters and handbills on the walls of Z9 at QUT’s Kelvin Grove campus. The exhibition and the performance are both extensions of John’s previous work at the State Library of Queensland, supported by the Letty Katts Fellowship. These elements…

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