Arts, Education and Law

Repair Cafe (Logan Campus)
02 Jun

Repair Cafe (Logan Campus)

Griffith University will be hosting a Repair Cafe at the LEAF (Logan Eco Action Festival), Logan campus in the under croft (near L03), Sunday, 2 June 2024. Get your broken items fixed - book now!
Walk and Talk - Logan campus
29 May

Walk and Talk - Logan campus

Join us this National Reconciliation Week for a guided Walk and Talk around Logan campus to the Yarning Circle. Listen to hosts Dr Kerry Hall (Interim Lead, Teaching and Learning Indigenous), Tina O'Keefe (Project Officer for the Reconciliation Statement), and Sharon Paterson (Project Officer for Logan campus), discuss the cultural importance of the Yarning Circle and the significance and uses of bush tucker from the Logan campus Bush Tucker garden.
Walk and Talk - Gold Coast Campus
27 May

Walk and Talk - Gold Coast Campus

This National Reconciliation Week, listen to your host Professor Catherine Pickering from the School of Environment and Science talk passionately about the campus gardens including the statue of the Giant Dreaming God, Jabreen, and how our native plants create such a beautiful environment to work and learn. The walk will take around 40 minutes starting out the front of G10 library and ending by the Bridge over Smith Street. No need to register, just turn up ready to enjoy the campus gardens.
Panel Discussion: Arts, Law and Human Rights
21 May

Panel Discussion: Arts, Law and Human Rights

Join us for a panel discussion with leading academics on arts, law and human rights, in response to our current exhibition 'Taring Padi: Tanah Tumpah Darah'.
QLD Launch: Countess Report 2022
08 May

QLD Launch: Countess Report 2022

Join us for the Queensland launch of the 3rd edition of the landmark Countess Report on gender representation in the Australian art sector.