The month ahead

The week ahead

Opening Event: Wild Remembering: Rachael Wellisch and  Emma Gardner
19 Jun

Opening Event: Wild Remembering: Rachael Wellisch and Emma Gardner

Please join us for the opening event of 'Wild Remembering' by Emma Gardner and Rachael Wellisch at the Webb Gallery on Friday, 22nd June at 6pm.
PDN Leadership Breakfast with the new Director General
21 Jun

PDN Leadership Breakfast with the new Director General

Join us to hear from our new Director General, Mr Tony Cook.

With deep experience in the education sector Mr Cook has an intimate understanding of school reforms that improve student learning outcomes. Mr Cook is passionate about implementing world class education reform to position Queensland and ensure optimum outcomes for all Queensland students.
Discover Griffith - Gold Coast campus
21 Jun

Discover Griffith - Gold Coast campus

Get a taste of life at Griffith at a fun and informative on-campus event.
The Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize Masterclass
23 Jun

The Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize Masterclass

The Masterclass, supported by The Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize, gives the opportunity to build on your skills as a watercolour painter. In this small and focussed event, participants will be guided through the process of taking pixelated images and rendering them in watercolour on grid paper. Participants will be taught how to layer colours subtly, mixing shades and tones using only a limited number of watercolours.
The Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize Masterclass
23 Jun

The Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize Masterclass

The Masterclass, supported by The Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize, gives the opportunity to build on your skills as a watercolour painter. In this small and focussed event, participants will be guided through the process of taking pixelated images and rendering them in watercolour on grid paper. Participants will be taught how to layer colours subtly, mixing shades and tones using only a limited number of watercolours.
Solar Power to the People
24 Jun

Solar Power to the People

For our next community forum, the EcoCentre has partnered with SolarKraft and Solar Schools to bring power to the people and help build Australia's renewable future. Hear from guest speakers about how you can join the solar movement or expand your current system.
Cutting Edge 4 Kids!
26 Jun

Cutting Edge 4 Kids!

For the last 10 years, Griffith University has been taking cutting-edge sciences from our research laboratories, field sites and institutes to teachers. This year, we are working with our Griffith Sciences STEM Ambassadors to do the same thing for Year 5 & 6 students around STEM!
Held in a conference style, complete with Keynote speaker and conference sessions to choose from, students are immersed in hands-on STEM challenges on either Gold Coast or Mt Gravatt campus.
Sydney Alumni Networking Event
27 Jun

Sydney Alumni Networking Event

Come along and establish new connections, or build upon existing relationships.
Meet with graduates of Griffith University, industry partners and Griffith staff.
Institute of Managers and Leaders' Masterclass hosted by Griffith Business School
28 Jun

Institute of Managers and Leaders' Masterclass hosted by Griffith Business School

Attend The Institute of Managers and Leaders' upcoming Masterclass, "Accidental Manager to Intentional Leader' to become equipped with the skills to take the next step in your career.

As Griffith alumni you can also use the code GRIFFITH to receive a 15% discount on tickets!
Public Lecture: There Be Dragons: Exploring Contemporary Consumerism on the Utopian Ideal by Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger MA, MFA, University of Sydney (Sydney College of the Arts)
28 Jun

Public Lecture: There Be Dragons: Exploring Contemporary Consumerism on the Utopian Ideal by Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger MA, MFA, University of Sydney (Sydney College of the Arts)

This talk looks to create a discourse surrounding increasing tourism, instigated by the media's current focus, on the pristine, remote and untouched landscapes. Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger's as an artist traveller examines the Anthropocene through the convergence of the tourist's contemporary "bucket list' and expectations beyond the documentary on the natural environment.