Events for 03 May, 2022

'Deborah Kelly: CREATION' Exhibition
24 Feb

'Deborah Kelly: CREATION' Exhibition

'Deborah Kelly: CREATION' now showing at the Griffith University Art Museum.
Supporting Student-Mothers - Workshop 3: Time Management, Goal-Setting, and Prioritisation in a Remote/Hybrid Context
03 May

Supporting Student-Mothers - Workshop 3: Time Management, Goal-Setting, and Prioritisation in a Remote/Hybrid Context

This workshop is the third of five workshops organised as part of the "Supporting Student-Mothers: A Work-Life Program". We invite student-mothers and mothers-to-be, as well as anyone who has interest in this topic to attend this online workshop.
Marketa on the Mountain
03 May

Marketa on the Mountain

Marketa on the Mountain is a monthly event held on Social Science Rd. Laneway, where you will find an eclectic mix of street food, workshops, activities, market stalls & live music for staff, students and the broader community.
Working with Sensitive Data
03 May

Working with Sensitive Data

This workshop uses practical and discussion-based training to inform researchers about responsibilities when working with sensitive data in health research. With a focus on the "Five Safes" framework and principles of sharing data, the workshop explains and demonstrates strategies to mitigate disclosure risks and promote data security and privacy protections
Alumni networking event | Melbourne
03 May

Alumni networking event | Melbourne

The evening will commence with a welcome address and updates on what is happening at your University by Vice Chancellor and President Professor Carolyn Evans.

Our special guest speaker and performer is alumnus Sarah Curro. Sarah will share her story as an accomplished member and advocate for the arts community as well as perform a piece called Counterpoise by Hugh Crosthwaite.

​After, reunite over drinks and canapes with your fellow Griffith alumni.
Bunma-nha: Dominique Chen, Diane Hall,  Debbie Taylor-Worley, Warraba Weatherall
26 Apr

Bunma-nha: Dominique Chen, Diane Hall, Debbie Taylor-Worley, Warraba Weatherall

Bunma-nha mari-gal bulagaa gamilaraay-dhi, marama-ndaay bula winanga-ndaay, gumaa-li-baa, wuurriyala-y ngiyani.
Ngarranma-ndaay nhalay, yana-waa-nha guwiinbarraan, winanga-li ngurrunbaa-gu.
Gaay-gal ngami-li ngiyani, dhawun-dhi bula bunma-nha guwaala-y.
Looking Back, Looking Forward
26 Apr

Looking Back, Looking Forward

Looking Back, Looking Forward, examines the past, present and future through the eyes and hands of 15 Australian artists who are respectfully navigating their way through the politics and sociologies of the culturally diverse society in which they live.