QUT Creative Industries students in the Ars Electronica Futurelab Academy challenge the influence of art with conceptual works and applications for future technologies.
Wherever you’re from, QUT makes you welcome - Creative Industries students Meika and Simone have found out.
QUT Bachelor of Creative Industries students collaborated with Lendlease to research, plan and create an innovative activation for King Street, Bowen Hills.
QUT design students develop international business skills and encourage bilateral relationships in the 2018 Australia-Korea Foundation Emerging Designer Program.
QUT Creative Enterprise Australia’s Startup Weekend Creative Tech took place March 2018 at QUT Creative Industries Precinct.
Everything changes in 2019 for Queensland high school teachers, with the new design syllabus emphasising design thinking principles and prototyping.
Can experimental art show us what the future will look like? Can art influence and build a more resilient future? The Ars Electronica Futurelab Academy QUT returns in 2018 to tackle big questions through arts thinking.
Artwork in a Box is a portable program whereby an artwork is taken out of the gallery environment and brought into classrooms. Developed by QUT Art Museum staff and sparked by QUT’s commitment to Widening Participation, the program breaks down the cultural accessibility barriers for low socioeconomic school students, making meaningful connections.
They're the latest buzzwords: AI (artificial intelligence), blockchain, VR (virtual reality), ML (machine learning), data mining, AR (augmented reality), bitcoin. When you're working or travelling in San Francisco, there's a good chance at least three of these acronyms will appear in your conversations.