In May 2016, QUT played host to 25 of Indonesia’s best emerging and established fashion designers, giving industry and academics an opportunity to meet, mingle and share ideas in a collision of culture and colour.
Daily challenges occur for all writers, but even in solitary pursuits, there’s a large, supportive community if you know where to look. For Ellen van Neerven, the sum of her experiences has amounted to two published books - one capturing the lives of Murri girls and their families; the other drawing on her cultural experience of food in India - and a desire to support other writers.
Ellen van Neerven is an Indigenous Australian writer who works across a range of genres including fiction and poetry.
Elise May is an award winning dancer, choreographer and video/multimedia artist. May has been a member of Brisbane’s Expressions Dance Company (EDC) since 2008.
No Walls’ Matthew Chilton sits down with dancer, choreographer and video/multimedia artist Elise May to discuss the marriage of digital technology with the live body.
Creative Matters is a podcast dedicated to exploring the creative process of expressive, interesting and funky people.
Meagan Streader is an artist who constructs site-specific installations, which commonly use electroluminescent wire to create an immersive sensory experience for the audience.
Dr Keith Armstrong explains how artists can use science, nature and new media to influence thinking.
Publishing a book never meant to be read - the 24-hour book and other stories told by if:book Australia.