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Erin Roche

QUT doctorate student and Churchill Fellowship recipient, Erin Roche, is a creative and innovative costume designer. She has had an extensive career working on a number of prestigious Australian television shows and films.

Creating the Video Curation Playbook

The vast volume of video content available on the internet continues to grow every day. I have been caught out many times visiting YouTube to watch just one video, before quickly finding myself in a labyrinth of new content. While there may be plenty to watch online, how many of these videos do we find truly entertaining?

Fake news – a user’s guide

With Zelig-like serendipity I was in Stockholm when #lastnightinsweden went viral. While echoing the melancholic majesty of a classic ABBA song title, the hashtag #lastnightinsweden actually referred to yet another Donald Trump dump of alleged “fake news” on an increasingly exhausted world.

Ars Electronica Futurelab Academy QUT

Can experimental art show us what the future will look like? Can art influence and build a more resilient future? These are some of the questions raised by Ars Electronica senior producer and current QUT Creative Industries artistic resident Kristefan Minski.

Patricia Aufderheide

Professor Patricia Aufderheide joins QUT Creative Industries in 2017 as part of a Fulbright Senior Fellowship examining the lively, often contentious public debate around copyright reform.

How social media stars are fighting for the Left

How does 'fake news' shared on social media influence politics? David Craig and Stuart Cunningham examine the politics of modern content creation.


Wednesday, 1 February 2017

From February 20 till March 3, the QUT Creative Industries Precinct is the site of a number of public art installations. Passerby's are drawn to the ghostly white material hanging from street lights, the blue sculptures that stand in an oval shape and bamboo structure that has been woven into a crisscross formation.

Shifting Art at ReForm

Spanning more than 20 locations and featuring an extensive line up of artists, the 2017 Brisbane Street Arts Festival (BSAF) has a lot on offer, including workshops, public art installations and more. A particularly exciting aspect of the program is the QUT ReForm: Art in Public Spaces exhibition, which takes place from February 20 to March 3 at the QUT Creative Industries Precinct.

Australian Twitter News Index, January 2017

The Australian Twitter News Index returns in time for the inauguration of President Trump and the start of the Australian parliamentary year.

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