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Make your own vegan leather fashion

Queensland design students are creating clothing from tea-infused materials.

The Merchant of Venice

Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Featuring Second-year QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting) students, The Merchant of Venice is part comedy, part romance, part tragedy.

Angels In America: Part 1 Millennium Approaches

Monday, 8 August 2016

Twenty five years after its premiere, Angels in America is still hailed as the most ambitious American play of its time.

Swiping Right: Self-Representation on Social Media

Today, almost everyone has a handful of social media accounts – Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Vine and more. There’s an app for everything, making it easier to find restaurants, catch up with friends and remind you where you parked your car. Even hooking up has become a convenient digital interaction, with apps like Tinder and Grindr reducing the time it takes to find a ‘match’. 

Tom Allen

Tom Allen is an award-winning design strategist and educator with international experience.

The Global Exchange – Fashions of Indonesia

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.

Supporting Storytellers

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

Ellen van Neerven is an Indigenous Australian writer who works across a range of genres including fiction and poetry.

Elise May

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.

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