Events for 09 May, 2019

Griffith STEM Roadshow - Cairns

Griffith STEM Roadshow - Cairns

Discover more about the exciting career opportunities available to students who study STEM disciplines and how Griffith University can help make those careers a reality. Join us for an interactive evening as participants receive advice on how best to place themselves in tomorrow's job market as well as find out more about the diversity and uniqueness of our STEM programs and how we prepare students for future employment.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Governing Civil Society in Cambodia: Implications of the 2015 NGO Law for governance and democracy

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Governing Civil Society in Cambodia: Implications of the 2015 NGO Law for governance and democracy

In this presentation, Dr Melissa Curley, Senior Lecturer of International Relations at The University of Queensland will draw upon recent research on the introduction of the 2015 Law on Associations and Non-governmental Organisations in Cambodia ("NGO Law") from 2011-2017 and explores its connection to the "rule of law' concept.
Suspended Light: Helle Cook

Suspended Light: Helle Cook

With the concept of "home' as foundation, Helle Cook explores liminality and light in translucent layers of paint on canvas and sheer textiles.
yoke: Adam Anderson & Andrew Willis

yoke: Adam Anderson & Andrew Willis

yoke. is a collaborative exhibition from Queensland College of Art, Griffith University Doctoral Visual Arts Candidates Adam Anderson and Andrew Willis.
Why Jewellery?3

Why Jewellery?3

This exhibition is an exchange exhibition of contemporary jewellery by students, staff and graduates from the Jewellery and Small Objects Department QCA and the Hong Kong Baptist University.