Events for 21 February, 2019

Perspectives:Asia | As China rises, can its culture conquer the world?

Perspectives:Asia | As China rises, can its culture conquer the world?

To celebrate the release of the February 2019 issue of Australian Foreign Affairs 5, "Are We Asian Yet? join contributing author Linda Jaivin as she looks at how we ought to be able to relate better to Chinese culture than we do given there are 1.2 million residents or citizens who identify as ethnic Chinese in Australia and Mandarin is the second-most commonly spoken language after English.
Let's talk social impact: How innovative charities lead the way

Let's talk social impact: How innovative charities lead the way

The Griffith MBA and Griffith Centre for Sustainable Enterprise invite you to join our first MBA for Life event of 2019.

The evening will include a presentation from two charities, each making a difference to Australian communities: Orange Sky and Rosies. Both charities are acclaimed for their innovative business models, creative business ideas, and social impact. Our guest speakers will discuss each of these topics plus the scale of their dreams.
Undergrowth 2019

Undergrowth 2019

Undergrowth is an invitational exhibition dedicated to showcasing some of the most innovative and conceptually coherent work being produced by undergraduate students at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University.
THE CLASSIC REIMAGINED

THE CLASSIC REIMAGINED

Selected students from Interior Design and Environments, Queensland College of Art explore our obsession with mid-century modern design and the modernist chair.
This Ain't No Mirage

This Ain't No Mirage

This Ain't No Mirage is an exhibition which addresses the discourse surrounding the role of contemporary society, increasing tourism and how remote places are being affected by our consumerist culture.