Events for 30 April, 2015

Week 8 (Teaching)

Week 8 (Teaching)

GriffithBUSINESS Teacher Professional Development evenings

GriffithBUSINESS Teacher Professional Development evenings

Business educators can benefit from professional development activities that offer significant linkages between the Queensland Studies Authority’s high school curriculum and the tertiary environment. A certificate of participation will provide you with evidence of professional development.

Masters and Slaves

Masters and Slaves

Thought you knew your literary greats? Think again!

In this must see event students from the School of Humanities, accompanied by Popular Music students, deliver a piece dedicated to a famous author - the mood varies - from take down critiques, satirical rants, to dedications and painful homages the event asks who really are the great literary masters and who the slaves?

This year that gamut of masters widens with comedians and filmmakers thrown into the m...

Working: A Musical

Working: A Musical

  ‘When you ask most people who they are, they define themselves by their job.’ We all need to earn money. Sometimes we love it; sometimes we loathe it. Working celebrates our search for meaning and satisfaction in the daily grind.’
From the book by Studs Terkel

Adapted by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso.

With additional contributions by Gordon Greenberg.

Songs by Craig Carnelia, Micki Grant, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Mary Rodgers and Susan B...

Anything But the Trout

Anything But the Trout

 A concert of single movements of piano quintets for violin, viola, cello, double bass and piano by Hummel, Farrenc, Onslow, Goetz and Ries ending with a full performance of Vaughan Williams’ Piano Quintet in C minor. The performance will also feature Introduction and Variations on Carnival of Venice by Giovanni Bottesini for solo double bass and piano.

Tickets $15/$10 at the door