Three University of Queensland academics specialising in cultural studies, theatre history and music were among 22 leading scholars elected this month as Fellows of the Australian Academy of the Humanities.

5 December 2012

An exhibition showcasing the diverse, quirky and often surprising nature of contemporary art opens at The University of Queensland Art Museum on Friday, 7 December.

23 November 2012

The Faculty of Arts at the University of Queensland was awarded 1.63 Million by the Australian Research Council recently, to help fund research projects that investigate media transformation in Australia, early musical development, plastic packaging...

16 November 2012

The University of Queensland’s Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR) is seeking two research fellows to join its policy analysis and sustainability programs.

13 November 2012

Poor schooling outcomes are a key factor driving Indigenous Australian disadvantage in life, and UQ’s Dr Ilana Mushin wants to find out why.

9 November 2012

Staff in UQ’s School of History, Philosophy, Religion and Classics are using the lure of foreign countries to make the past come alive.

9 November 2012

The University of Queensland’s Dr Nicole George and Dr Andrew Phillips from the School of Political Science and International Studies have received awards in the Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) Scheme.

8 November 2012
Ann Peterson (centre) with Sandy Williams, David Neil, Dominic McGrath, Deidre Seeto and Lynda Petherick

More than 30,000 University of Queensland students have completed an online academic integrity program, which raises awareness of academic misconduct and explains how to correctly cite information.

31 October 2012
UQ Symphony Orchestra with conductor, Warwick Potter.

Three of The University of Queensland’s largest music ensembles will take to the stage this weekend at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre’s Concert Hall.

19 October 2012

Three members of The University of Queensland Pipe Band at Emmanuel College (UQPBEC) have been awarded full scholarships to attend a summer school for piping and drumming in January 2013 in Melbourne.

18 October 2012
‘Balloons in Vietnam’ by Jerad Ford - UQ Photography Competition.

The University of Queensland’s School of Political Science and International Studies will announce winners of its photography competition at an award ceremony on Wednesday, October 24.

18 October 2012
Founder of the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program, Professor Matt Sanders.

Parents and caregivers of children with disabilities experience more stress, worry and depression than parents of typically developing children.

17 October 2012
Linde Ivimey ‘Thumper (Self portrait)’ 2009. Steel armature, acrylic resin, dyed cotton, natural and acrylic fibre, woven chicken and turkey vertebrae, fish bones. Private collection, Melbourne. Reproduced courtesy of the artist, Martin Browne Contemporary, Sydney, Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane and Gould Galleries, Melbourne

An exhibition surveying the sculptural works by Sydney-based artist Linde Ivimey opens at The University of Queensland Art Museum, St Lucia on November 3.

11 October 2012

BlackWords will celebrate its fifth anniversary on October 20 with a symposium at The University of Queensland Art Museum.

10 October 2012

Visits from a best-selling author, a Nobel prize-winning science writer and more have been made possible by The University of Queensland at this year’s Brisbane Writers Festival.

29 August 2012
Polly Borland:  ‘Her Majesty, The Queen, Elizabeth II (gold)’ 2001.
Reproduced courtesy of the artist and Murray White Room, Melbourne

The first exhibition to survey the photographic work of Australian artist Polly Borland opens at The University of Queensland Art Museum on Saturday 1 September 2012.

28 August 2012

One of the country’s most distinguished playwrights is visiting The University of Queensland to collaborate with students and showcase some of her acclaimed work.

28 August 2012
Carved female figure, before 1950, 240 x 30 x 35cm, wood, sago plant fibre, store bought paint
Morobe province, Papua New Guinea

An exhibition exploring the colour 'red' marks the opening of an exciting new gallery space for The University of Queensland’s Anthropology Museum.

1 August 2012
Linde Ivimey ‘Thumper (Self portrait)’ 2009. Steel armature, acrylic resin, dyed cotton, natural and acrylic fibre, woven chicken and turkey vertebrae, fish bones. Private collection, Melbourne.
Reproduced courtesy of the artist, Martin Browne Contemporary, Sydney, Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane and Gould Galleries, Melbourne

A major survey of sculptural works by Sydney-based artist Linde Ivimey will open at The University of Queensland Art Museum on November 3, 2012.

26 July 2012

Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble transports Shakespeare to the Wild West with their unique interpretation of one of his earliest comedies, The Two Gentlemen of Verona.

23 July 2012