News

ARC success for the social impact of regional arts

Congratulations to A/Prof Sandra Gattenhoff, Dr Donna Hancox and Professor Helen Klaebe on the announcement of success in the Australian Research Council’s Linkage program for their project “The Role of the Creative Arts in Regional Australia: A Social Impact Model”.  Working with communities in Central Western Queensland and Tasmania’s…

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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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Professor Louis-Philippe Demers joins QUT in 2019

Picture of Louis-Philippe Demers with Prof Mandy Thomas

Professor Louis-Philippe Demers joins QUT in 2019 as Professor of Creative Innovation and Director of the Creative Lab. Professor Demers is an award winning, multidisciplinary artist known for his avant-garde use of robotics in large scale installations and stage productions.  His most recent work Inferno created with fellow artist Bill…

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CreateX 2018

Artistic image representing CreateX 2018

CreateX is back for 2018 with another immersive festival of performances, exhibitions, fashion shows, screenings and panel discussions. Held at the Creative Industries Precinct, Kelvin Grove from 13-17 November, this event is presented by QUT Creative Industries and is a collaboration between QUT’s emerging creatives, researchers and…

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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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