Events for 16 May, 2019

Mature Student Open Evening

Mature Student Open Evening

No matter whether you're returning to university, starting study for the first time or looking for a postgraduate degree, our Mature Student Open Evenings can help navigate the right study path for you.
Statistics in R workshops

Statistics in R workshops

The two Statistics in R workshops provide an introduction to statistical programming.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Feminism and Gender Inequality in Xi Jinping's China: A Tough Road Ahead

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Feminism and Gender Inequality in Xi Jinping's China: A Tough Road Ahead

In this presentation, Associate Professor Jane Golley, The Australian National University (ANU) presents a pessimistic picture of gender inequities in China today, reflected in rampant levels of discrimination against women in the labour force, the Chinese government's tightening censorship of feminist ideas and activism.
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.