Stories from All Subjects

The journalism grad striving to improve media literacy

National award-winning QUT journalism graduate, ABC journalist and proud Mum Elly Bradfield shares her advice and perspectives on reporting from regional Queensland.

Student artists build community through portfolio event

QUT Visual Arts students Lucy Nguyen-Hunt and Zara Rose Dudley completed their Work Integrated Learning (WIL) experience at QUT Art Museum through a combination of in-person and remote formats.

Telling stories with memory, place and technology

PhD candidate Kavita Gonsalves seeks to find meaning in connections to place with community-driven digital storytelling.

QUT alumni join top visual arts graduates in Hatched 2020

We chat to QUT Visual Arts alumni Ella Callander and Keemon Williams about their inclusion in the Hatched National Graduate Show, how they've adapted their practice for a changing climate, and the learning opportunities when things don't go to plan.

QUT alumnus addresses #BLM and refugee rights with new single

Freshly minted 2020 Queensland Music Awards winner Matt Hsu’s Obscure Orchestra addresses refugee rights, black lives and racial injustice in new single, Welcome To The Neighbourhood.

QUT working together with Queensland design teachers

We chat to QUT Academics Nick Kelly and Andrew Scott about their online resource to support design teachers, the challenges facing the sector and their thoughts on the future of design education.

Storytelling perspectives from rural Queensland

Read about the QUT student who moved from the Central Highlands to pursue his passion for photography and shining a light on Australians in communities rarely reported on.

What’s after uni? Where Sarah took her double degree

By completing a double degree and graduating with multi-disciplinary skills across journalism, business and public relations, Sarah Owens has set herself up for a remarkable career.

QUT students learn from the ABC’s Rhianna Patrick

Journalism student Georgia Collings writes about how the School of Communication’s recent inaugural Indigenous resident has been able to share her professional expertise and perspectives on giving Indigenous Australians more of a voice in mainstream media.