Events for 14 August, 2019

Mixed Methods Research Course

Mixed Methods Research Course

This mixed method 3-day course, is designed for participants wanting to understand the principles and practicalities of combining qualitative and quantitative techniques. It is suitable for those new to mixed methods and participants can choose to attend one or all of the sessions.
Materiality, Agency and The Body: Sharna Barker & Natalie Lavelle

Materiality, Agency and The Body: Sharna Barker & Natalie Lavelle

Queensland College of Art students Sharna Barker and Natalie Lavelle present a selection of work that negotiate a space between presence and absence; suggesting the invisible and the bodily.
QBM Griffith MBA Responsible Leadership Scholarships competition closing date 4 Sep

QBM Griffith MBA Responsible Leadership Scholarships competition closing date 4 Sep

Queensland Business Monthly and Griffith Business School are searching for the responsible leaders of the future. If you measure success in sense rather than dollars, then this could be you. Offering a total prize package in excess of $130,000, we encourage the next generation of business leaders to enter.

Visit the website for more information - www.griffith.edu.au/qbm

Applications open Friday 26 July and close Wednesday 4 September 2019.
You can lead to a Horse to Water…

You can lead to a Horse to Water…

A group exhibition from students of the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University that puts to each artist this one seemingly simple challenge: to paint a glass of water.
Marie Ellis OAM Prize for Drawing Finalists Exhibition

Marie Ellis OAM Prize for Drawing Finalists Exhibition

The Marie Ellis OAM Prize for Drawing seeks to encourage excellence in drawing as an important foundation for any arts practice. View this years finalists at the Project Gallery, QCA until Friday, 16th August.
Brisbane Brief, a pop-up exhibition

Brisbane Brief, a pop-up exhibition

Sullivan+Strumpf presents Brisbane Brief a pop-up exhibition in Brisbane at POP Gallery, Griffith University.
Women's Work in the Brisbane City Council Outdoor Gallery curated by BAM!

Women's Work in the Brisbane City Council Outdoor Gallery curated by BAM!

Spread across 10 sites, "Women's Work' celebrates the empowering artforms and originality of female creatives. This exhibition is grounded in the belief that the work of all women, within the realm of the domestic and beyond, is invaluable.