Public Lecture

Lunchbox Lectures - Griffith University Art Museum
05 Mar

Lunchbox Lectures - Griffith University Art Museum

Whether you're a current student or an artist or arts worker looking to upskill. These Lunchbox Lectures provide key resources and tips on professional art practices and industry opportunities. Comprising of 30-minute presentations followed by questions. Join us at noon every Tuesday in weeks 1 - 7 to upskill, enjoy the aircon and see our current exhibition while you're at it!
Great Power Status Competition and Russia's War in Ukraine
19 Oct

Great Power Status Competition and Russia's War in Ukraine

Professor Deborah Welch Larson from the University of California will be presenting a public lecture, "Great Power Status Competition and Russia's War in Ukraine"
Recognising Indigenous Australians in our Constitution: Why the Voice is a safe constitutional choice
24 Aug

Recognising Indigenous Australians in our Constitution: Why the Voice is a safe constitutional choice

This seminar is focused on an exploration of Australia's constitution and the legal implications for a Voice. Mr Leeser is, and continues to be, a supporter of the Yes campaign and through this seminar will use his knowledge of the law and the Constitution to explain why he believes the Voice within the Constitution is a safe choice.

​Attend in person or watch the live stream.
Film screening: 'Putuparri and the Rainmakers' followed by a QandA with the film Director, Nicole Ma
30 May

Film screening: 'Putuparri and the Rainmakers' followed by a QandA with the film Director, Nicole Ma

As part of National Reconciliation Week, this screening of Nicole Ma's 2015 documentary 'Putuparri and the Rainmakers', speaks deeply to how we think about reconciliation-a shared process of acknowledgement and reconnection, valuing ancestral knowledge and respecting traditional culture in our institution. Following the screening is a Q&A with Nicole Ma, moderated by Tina O'Keefe.