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Sarah Holland-Batt

Acclaimed Brisbane poet Sarah Holland-Batt is a creative writing lecturer at QUT Creative Industries. She is swiftly becoming one of Australia’s most esteemed poets.

DUST

Wednesday, 16 November 2016

QUT Fashion will showcase the collections of our passionate design students at the 2016 end of year show, DUST.

Q and A with a start-up entrepreneur

In this No Walls Q&A we feature Brisbane based entrepreneur Darren Tonkin, who is the creator of Storyboard and the winner of the 2016 creative3 pitch.

Tom Emmett

Tom Emmett is an artist, designer, and design writer based in Brisbane.

Details in the Everyday

On the train coming to meet me for an interview, Tom Emmett stops momentarily at Taringa train station. He finds himself staring at the platform staircase, noticing how it curves inwards at an angle. He wonders why. Is it simply how the staircase is made? Does it make it easier for the way people step up or down? Or is it for rain water to run off? This anecdote demonstrates to me the way a design mind thinks, always looking at the small everyday details.

Connecting culture, customs and countries

The Colourise Festival fosters an Australian Indigenous voice that promotes creativity, or rather, 'CreActivity'. The festival connects culture, customs, countries, people, society and law of an ancient sovereign land. No Walls' Mia Finley spoke with Dr Christine Peacock about the festival.

The Creative Core that is Ludo Studio

Welcome to Ludo Studio, where creating an episode of a show in seven days; churning out ideas for comedies, animations and dramas; and juggling a number of creative roles is all part of the daily grind.

The Ins and Outs of Influencer Marketing

It’s a phenomenon of our generation to see everyday, normal, non-celebrities made famous through their social media identities. There’s usually a quality about them that drives their ‘Instafame’ – maybe they own a very cute French bulldog, they have an interest in yoga or they just lead a jet-setting life – and that helps them rack up their followers. Once they hit the 5000 follower mark they can be considered an influencer and start attracting the interest of marketers.

Marcus Foth

Marcus Foth is a Professor in Interactive and Visual Design at QUT.

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