Events for 16 March, 2020

Digital Tools for Research

Digital Tools for Research

A session to familiarise participants with the wide range of digital tools available at Griffith University.
Confluence: Daniel Sherington, Elijah Blowes & Abby Colthup

Confluence: Daniel Sherington, Elijah Blowes & Abby Colthup

Three emerging artists from the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University explore the technological supplementation of the natural and authentic within the context of the digitization of the human experience.
Wildflowers of the Granite Belt: Out of Oblivion | Renata Buziak

Wildflowers of the Granite Belt: Out of Oblivion | Renata Buziak

Wildflowers of the Granite Belt Belt: Out of Oblivion by Renata Buziak presents works created over several years on a forested private property at Wilson's Downfall near Stanthorpe.
Translations in Symmetry and Surface : Jo Bone and Aaron Micallef

Translations in Symmetry and Surface : Jo Bone and Aaron Micallef

Glass artists Jo Bone and Aaron Micallef have a shared passion for the medium of glass, and complementary aesthetic approaches revolving around pattern, symmetry and intricacy in the natural world.
Flatform: Natalie Lavelle

Flatform: Natalie Lavelle

Flatform by Natalie Lavell is part of a continuing inquiry into concepts that explore surface relationships where visual perception prompts a tangible awareness of painting's objecthood in relation to our own body and the natural world.
Confluence: Daniel Sherington, Elijah Blowes & Abby Colthup

Confluence: Daniel Sherington, Elijah Blowes & Abby Colthup

Confluence explores the technological supplementation of the natural and authentic within the context of the digitization of the human experience from three undergraduate students from the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University.
Translations in Symmetry and Surface: Jo Bone and Aaron Micallef

Translations in Symmetry and Surface: Jo Bone and Aaron Micallef

Translations in Symmetry and Surface: Glass artists Jo Bone and Aaron Micallef have a shared passion for the medium of glass, and complementary aesthetic approaches revolving around pattern, symmetry and intricacy in the natural world.
Wildflowers of the Granite Belt Belt: Out of Oblivion by Renata Buziak

Wildflowers of the Granite Belt Belt: Out of Oblivion by Renata Buziak

Wildflowers of the Granite Belt Belt: Out of Oblivion by Renata Buziak presents works created over several years on a forested private property at Wilson's Downfall near Stanthorpe.