Events for 18 July, 2019

Funding opportunities for academic projects in developing countries

Funding opportunities for academic projects in developing countries

An information session to provide information on projects in developing countries - part of the Developing Researcher Training program.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar |The Xinjiang Emergency: Exploring the Context and Implications of China's Mass 'Re-Education' of Turkic-Muslims

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar |The Xinjiang Emergency: Exploring the Context and Implications of China's Mass 'Re-Education' of Turkic-Muslims

In this presentation, Dr Michael Ckarke, The Australian National University (ANU) provides an exploration of a number of critical questions with respect to the Xinjiang emergency: what factors (historical, political/ideological, social) have contributed to the CCP's turn to mass "re-education" at this juncture; the implications of the detention centres for the governance of Xinjiang (and China more broadly); and the implcations for China's foreign policy.
Domestica: Deborah Eddy

Domestica: Deborah Eddy

Solo exhibition from Queensland College of Art Higher Degree Researcher Deborah Eddy.
The Work of Art in the Age of the Selfie

The Work of Art in the Age of the Selfie

A group exhibition from Queensland College of Art undergraduate students exploring the impact of selfie culture on contemporary practice.
I saw a person I knew who was originally from Brisbane walking across Princes Bridge but we both pretended not to notice each other

I saw a person I knew who was originally from Brisbane walking across Princes Bridge but we both pretended not to notice each other

This collection of paintings from Jonathan Kopinski seeks to construct part of an ongoing scenography of remembered incidents and narratives that explore the banal and absurd poetics of personal experience.
Rub the Lotion on the Skin

Rub the Lotion on the Skin

This exhibition brings together the works of six undergraduate painting majors from the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University reflecting on the notion of "paint as skin.'