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FRAGMENTS: ANOTHER COUNTRY FRAGMENTS: ANOTHER COUNTRY

Designing for diaspora

Interview with Shahmen Suku

Designing for diaspora

Interview with Shahmen Suku

Creative Industries Digital Communications Assistant, Irene McLaughlin, spoke with QUT Interior Design student, Shahmen Suku, about his involvement with Fragments: Another Country, an exhibition by Isabel and Alfredo Aquilizan (which was held at QUT Art Museum from 28 September to 24 November 2013).

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SEP 2013

FRAGMENTS: ANOTHER COUNTRY FRAGMENTS: ANOTHER COUNTRY

FRAGMENTS: ANOTHER COUNTRY

ALFREDO AND ISABEL AQUILIZAN

ALFREDO AND ISABEL AQUILIZAN

INSTALLATION OF LADE 2013 FOR FRAGMENTS: ANOTHER COUNTRY

For the exhibition Fragments: Another Country, Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan created a new, site-specific artwork titled Lade 2013. This is documentation of the installation process.

SEP 2013

art/work panel art/work panel

ART/WORK PART ONE

CAREER & STUDY PATHS IN THE VISUAL ARTS

ART/WORK PANEL DISCUSSION PART ONE

ART/WORK is a must for senior high school students interested in a career in the visual arts (including their parents and visual art teachers). This year we recorded our annual program ART/WORK as a resource for students, parents and teachers who were unable to attend.

During part one of this program, you will hear from young QUT graduates and staff, who will chart their career and study path that led to their exciting careers and navigate through the variety of jobs in the visual arts.

This year we invited panelists:

Courtney Coombs (Artist/Curator/Artsworker)
Maree Di Pasquale (Art Fair Manager)
Tess Maunder (Curator/Writer)
Charles Robb (Artist/Lecture)
Richard Stride (Artist/Artsworker)

Facilitated by Pia Robinson

10 JUL 2013

art/work panel art/work panel

ART/WORK PART TWO

CAREER & STUDY PATHS IN THE VISUAL ARTS

ART/WORK PANEL DISCUSSION PART TWO

ART/WORK is a must for senior high school students interested in a career in the visual arts (including their parents and visual art teachers). This year we recorded our annual program ART/WORK as a resource for students, parents and teachers who were unable to attend.

During part two of this program, you will hear from young QUT graduates and staff as they map out the visual arts sector, surviving and being financially savvy. Members of the panel also discuss their experiences studying at QUT and outline the current QUT Visual Arts undergraduate course.

This year we invited panelists:

Courtney Coombs (Artist/Curator/Artsworker)
Maree Di Pasquale (Art Fair Manager)
Tess Maunder (Curator/Writer)
Charles Robb (Artist/Lecture)
Richard Stride (Artist/Artsworker)

Facilitated by Pia Robinson

10 JUL 2013

shaun gladwell masterclass students shaun gladwell masterclass students

UNTITLED

SHAUN GLADWELL MASTERCLASS

UNTITLED
SHAUN GLADWELL MASTERCLASS

In March this year, QUT Art Museum held a series of masterclasses in conjunction with Australian War Memorial exhibition Shaun Gladwell: Afghanistan. During the masterclasses, internationally acclaimed artist Shaun Gladwell worked with high-achieving high school students and educators from QLD and NSW. Participants gained an insight into Gladwell's practice and worked collaboratively to conceive and create a two channel video work.

Untitled was created during a masterclass for high school students

© James Martoo, Jonas Griffin-Fadaro, Maddi Wiliams, Viven Vago, Julia Hulbert, Grace Wyer, Cara Scarpato, Nora Chen, Juanita Ebbs, Savannah Pingol, Elia Roehrs, Sean Turner, Jaye Gugenberger

6 - 9 MAR 2013

shaun gladwell masterclass students shaun gladwell masterclass students

THE END?

SHAUN GLADWELL MASTERCLASS

THE END?
SHAUN GLADWELL MASTERCLASS

In March this year, QUT Art Museum held a series of masterclasses in conjunction with Australian War Memorial exhibition Shaun Gladwell: Afghanistan. During the masterclasses, internationally acclaimed artist Shaun Gladwell worked with high-achieving high school students and educators from QLD and NSW. Participants gained an insight into Gladwell's practice and worked collaboratively to conceive and create a two channel video work.

The end? was created during a masterclass for high school students

© Paige Lawton, Alex Anthony, Henry Stacey, Kina Gerdsen-Sargeant, Zoe Wilson, Charlton Groves, Astrid Rascke, Sophie Seaton, Simran Assan, Maddie Rauber, Rory Friday

6 - 9 MAR 2013

shaun gladwell masterclass students shaun gladwell masterclass students

Throwin' A FEW IDEAS AROUND

SHAUN GLADWELL MASTERCLASS

THROWIN' A FEW IDEAS AROUND
SHAUN GLADWELL MASTERCLASS

In March this year, QUT Art Museum held a series of masterclasses in conjunction with Australian War Memorial exhibition Shaun Gladwell: Afghanistan. During the masterclasses, internationally acclaimed artist Shaun Gladwell worked with high-achieving high school students and educators from QLD and NSW. Participants gained an insight into Gladwell's practice and worked collaboratively to conceive and create a two channel video work.

Throwin' a few ideas around was created during a masterclass for educators

© Angela Brown, Amalia Kidd, Dani Towers, Sue Pritchard, Danise Stuart, Jo Chamberlain, Philippa Crowther, Venus Ganis, Andrew Todd, Paula Trotter, Terry Deen, Allie Wright, Sapina Raeli, Akash Waddell, Adam Jefford, Gary Quirk, Colleen Boyle, Jo-Anne Hine, Suzanne Hedges, Natalie Lynch

6 - 9 MAR 2013

shaun gladwell masterclass students shaun gladwell masterclass students

CONCRETUM CORPO

SHAUN GLADWELL MASTERCLASS

CONCRETUM CORPO
SHAUN GLADWELL MASTERCLASS

In March this year, QUT Art Museum held a series of masterclasses in conjunction with Australian War Memorial exhibition Shaun Gladwell: Afghanistan. During the masterclasses, internationally acclaimed artist Shaun Gladwell worked with high-achieving high school students and educators from QLD and NSW. Participants gained an insight into Gladwell's practice and worked collaboratively to conceive and create a two channel video work.

Concretum corpo was created during a masterclass for high school students

© Yasmine Alroe, Astri Cornish, Bridie Chetham-Browne, Madi Cock, Tyrone Ryan, Courtney O'Reilly, Tim Bauer, Darcey Maguire, Ed Young, Angus Watkins, Flinders Apsitis-Lynch

6 - 9 MAR 2013

shadow puppetry shadow puppetry

WITH BEATA BATOROWICZ

WITH BEATA BATOROWICZ

SHADOW PUPPETRY WORKSHOP
WITH BEATA BATOROWICZ

Teachers attended our professional development program held in conjunction with the exhibition, Tales within historical spaces, with artist Beata Batorowicz. During this hands-on workshop teachers designed, directed and re-told traditional fairytales through shadow puppetry.

8 SEP 2012

The art of fashion photography audience The art of fashion photography audience

The art of fashion photography

The art of fashion photography

Art and fashion have always been closely aligned and nowhere is this more obvious than in the realm of fashion photography. Petrina Hicks (artist), Israel Rivera (photographer) and Kimberly Gardner (stylist) talked about these ideas during this panel discussion chaired by Alison Kubler.

This program was held in conjunction with In the Spotlight: Anton Bruehl photographs 1920s-1950s and the Queensland Festival of Photography.

1 Apr 2012

Valerie Steele Valerie Steele

IS FASHION ART?

An evening with Valerie Steele

IS FASHION ART?
An evening with Valerie Steele

Described as one of 'fashion's brainiest women', Valerie Steele has been the subject of profiles in Forbes and The New York Times, and was listed in the New York Daily News Fashion's 50 Most Powerful. She is Director and Chief Curator of The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology (MFIT) and has curated more than 20 exhibitions in the past ten years. She is also Editor-in-chief of Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body & Culture (Berg) and the author of numerous books, including Gothic: Dark Glamour and The Corset: A Cultural History.

This event was presented by Art Monthly Australia, QUT Art Museum and QUT Fashion and made possible through the Australia Council for the Art's International Visitors Program.

4 Aug 2011

David Malouf David Malouf

David Malouf

The Transfigured Landscape

David Malouf
The Transfigured Landscape

David Malouf, one of Australia's greatest living authors and winner of the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, Australia Asia Literary Award and Miles Franklin Prizes, returned to Brisbane for this very special event. Join us as he explores the theme of arcadia in the Australian landscape, in reference to Australian literature and the work of William Robinson.

Held as part of the Australian Galleries Lecture Series.

9 Jul 2011

Sebastian Di Mauro Sebastian Di Mauro

Sebastian Di Mauro

Artist Interview

Sebastian Di Mauro
Artist Interview

This interview was conducted in conjunction with the exhibition footnotes of a verdurous tale: Sebastian Di Mauro 1987-2009, the first survey exhibition of Di Mauro's work.

2009

Joachim Froese Joachim Froese

Joachim Froese

Artist Interview

Joachim Froese
Artist Interview

This interview was conducted in conjunction with the exhibition Still life: Joachim Froese Photographs 1999-2008 which surveyed five successive bodies of work produced over the last decade by this acclaimed contemporary Brisbane photographer.

2009

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