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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 initiated 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.
The inaugural QUT Creative Industries Indigenous Seminar Series convened by Dr Sandra Phillips, concluded with seminar #4, which took place on Thursday 23 November, 2017.
The inaugural QUT Creative Industries Indigenous Seminar Series convened by Dr Sandra Phillips, continued through to seminar #3 which took place on 21 September, 2017.
“Often young male dancers are – as I was – the lone boy in class”
British born Lincoln Townley is a world-recognised contemporary artist that has been referred to as the next Andy Warhol by Sir Michael Cain. Townley visited QUT Creative Industries in 2017 as part of his trip to Brisbane to promote his first ever Australian exhibition, held at Brisbane Powerhouse.
Fiction is fast becoming fact as engineers, technologists, scientists and artists take steps to make artificial intelligence (AI) a reality. Inventor Elon Musk warns of a dystopian future where AI may supersede us. What could a future reality with robots look like, and how can art and design influence this outcome?
Ever heard of Mighty Car Mods? Or maybe RackaRacka? Or perhaps Veritasium? These are a few of the most famous Australian screen creators you might never have heard of.