SEED takes over the city

Griffith Enterprise
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Brisbane’s top emerging musicians are taking over Brisbane this weekend. Griffith University’s Queensland Conservatorium Popular Music students will perform throughout the Queen Street Mall as part of The City Sounds from Friday 3 October to Sunday 5 October. In a huge line-up, the free performances showcase the talents of independent emerging artists from the Conservatorium. […]

Join us for our first Musical Theatre Graduates’ Showcase

Queensland Conservatorium
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OUR TURN! will showcase graduating Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University Musical Theatre students from next week. The graduate showcase is a first for musical theatre at Queensland Conservatorium. OUR TURN! is a delicious taste of the world’s most entertaining and often moving repertoire in vignettes of song, dance and scene. Through blood, sweat, tears and a considerable […]

Con Jazz in the Queen Street Mall

Queensland Conservatorium
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Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University jazz students will be performing in the Queen Street Mall this weekend. Showcasing some of Brisbane’s wonderful emerging musical talent, the groups will be performing over 3 stages from 11 – 13 October. Their music covers a wide range of styles, with a mix of original works with new renditions and arrangements […]

Createworld submissions now being sought

Queensland Conservatorium
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The 2014 CreateWorld conference is now calling for participation from practitioners, academics, research teams, technical staff and students from across the digital arts. Submissions are due on 4 November 2013. The conference will be held from 11 – 13 February at South Bank, Brisbane at the Queensland College of Arts. It focuses on research and […]

Adult learning proves a winning presentation for PhD student

Queensland Conservatorium
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Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University doctoral student Leah Coutts has received the People’s Choice award in Griffith University’s three minute thesis competition. Leah Coutts is currently researching pedagogy in her PhD. The competition gave her three minutes to present her research in straightforward terms to a lay audience. She spoke about “Why can’t I just play already?” […]