Arts Education Law

Griffith student using design to change lives

Queensland College of Art design student Riley Sheehan is using his Honours project to overhaul his electric wheelchair, proving that design can change people's lives.
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Law Futures Centre

Book up: the issue that fell through the cracks of the Banking Royal Commission but landed in the lap of the High Court

By Dr Heron Loban Senior Lecturer, Griffith Law School Book up is a type of informal credit extended by a business (usually a store) to a consumer without interest or fee. It is a primary area of activity for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) in respect of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people […]
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Arts Education Law

Piano virtuoso wins scholarship to study at Griffith

Gold Coast piano virtuoso Nina Fan is the inaugural recipient of the Emily Reinhardt Piano Scholarship - part of a $1 million bequest to the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.
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Alumni

Griffith grad in Eurovision top ten

Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University alumnus Kate Miller-Heidke made it to the top ten at Eurovision 2019.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith animation degree ranked number one in Australia

Griffith Film School's animation program has been ranked number two in Australia and within the top ten globally, according to the latest International Animation School Rankings.
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Arts Education Law

Leading Education in the 21st Century

Preamble – Technologies and Teaching the Teachers: Tamara’s Story by Emeritus Professor Glenn Finger, Griffith University Throughout my teaching career, I have developed and shared my deepening belief that teaching our nation’s young people is the most important profession on the planet. As well as being the profession upon which all other professions are built, teachers […]
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Alumni

Griffith grad powers into Eurovision finals

Griffith alumnus Kate Miller-Heidke has secured her spot in the Eurovision Song Contest finals with a gravity defying performance in Tel Aviv. Miller-Heidke performed her genre-bending ballad Zero Gravity in the 17-nation semi-final this morning, singing for a global television audience of 200 million. “Thank you so much for voting for me,” she said in a […]
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Alumni

Griffith grad Kate Miller-Heidke flies the flag for Australia at Eurovision

Griffith alumnus Kate Miller-Heidke will fly the flag for Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest this week in Tel Aviv.
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Arts Education Law

Lights, camera, action: behind the scenes of Griffith’s election coverage

Film students had the opportunity to work behind the scenes on a series of exclusive shoots for Griffith's federal election coverage.
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Alumni

Griffith film grad taking Australian cinema by storm

Griffith Film School alumnus Liam Heyen is celebrating the release of his latest film, the feel-good Aussie comedy, Top End Wedding.
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Arts Education Law

Regional scholarships inspire new generation of journalists

Griffith University students have been awarded Regional Journalism Scholarships worth $40,000 each.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith in the spotlight at Brisbane Art Design Festival

Aspiring artists can join a series of free weekend workshops at the QCA as part of the Brisbane Art Design Festival, which will showcase work by students and faculty.
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Architecture

New exhibition reimagines life in the classroom

A new exhibition at the Griffith University Art Museum invites viewers to reimagine life in the classroom.
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Law Futures Centre

Legislative reform offers new options at the end of life

By Dr Jayne Hewitt Law Futures Centre In May 1995 the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly passed the Rights of the Terminally Ill Act 1995 (NT), becoming the first jurisdiction in the world to legislate for assisted dying. The provisions in this Act spanned only 21 sections and were published in nine pages. They permitted a […]
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Alumni

Emerging artists selected for national graduate exhibition

Queensland College of Art graduates Kim Ah Sam and Azadeh Hamzeii are among 18 emerging artists selected for the Hatched National Graduate Show.
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Arts Education Law

Young people shift the ‘soft stigma’ of alcohol abstinence in Finland and Australia

A new study of young Finnish and Australian non-drinkers has uncovered new ways of social belonging.
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Arts Education Law

The sound of healing

The act of listening can help Indigenous prisoners reconnect with their culture and benefit their health and wellbeing, according to a new project by creative arts and health researchers at Griffith.
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Alumni

Griffith jazz stars sweep national finals

Half of the finalists in a prestigious national jazz competition are from the Queensland Conservatorium.
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