Queensland College of Art

QCAD Thursdays: Trimester 1
07 Mar

QCAD Thursdays: Trimester 1

QCAD Thursdays is a series of QCAD Galleries opening events that seek to broaden the art experience. These events are a space for the presentation and interpretation of contemporary visual arts and design practice, and a site for gathering, conversation and learning.
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!
Taring Padi: Tanah Tumpah Darah
29 Feb

Taring Padi: Tanah Tumpah Darah

From March to May 2024, Griffith University Art Museum will host 'Taring Padi: Tanah Tumpah Darah'. As part of this project, Taring Padi will undertake a residency and suite of public programs in collaboration with proppaNOW, one of Australia's most important Aboriginal art collectives, and develop a public art banner project together.
Undergrowth 2024
26 Feb

Undergrowth 2024

Undergrowth is an invitational exhibition dedicated to showcasing some of the most innovative and conceptually coherent work being produced at a second-year undergraduate level at the Queensland College of Art and Design, Griffith University.
Feel Through Colour: Tegan Bates & Lisa Symons
16 Jan

Feel Through Colour: Tegan Bates & Lisa Symons

Feel Through Colour is a joint exhibition by QCAD students Tegan Bates & Lisa Symons that explores colour as a spectrum of lived experience.
Crisis? What Crisis?
16 Jan

Crisis? What Crisis?

The exhibition Crisis? What crisis?, features works by nine Meanjin/ Brisbane-based artists, most of whom have connections to the Queensland College of Art and Design as current or former students. Connections are also shared through employment at QAGOMA.