Asia shapes as future capital leader

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Is the Chinese Century of capital upon us? Is it time to announce Asia as the regional centre of capitalism, a title heretofore associated with the United States? These questions and associated themes will be front and centre when more than 50 scholars from around Australian and the world converge on Brisbane later this week […]

A boost for Gold Coast art students

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A local Arts Society “blown away” by the Queensland College of Art Griffith University has contributed $25,000 to enable the best and brightest students to further their career prospects.   This marks the largest community contribution for the Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Societies (ADFAS) Gold Coast and will be awarded in $2,000 increments to […]

Extraordinary public art awarded

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The permanent public art installation at the Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law was awarded top honours at this year’s State Architecture Awards, recognising the Queensland College of Art’s Jay Younger, Architectus and Guymer Bailey Architects.   Associate Professor Younger as curator, led the project since its commencement in 2008 through to its completion last […]