Stephen Carleton ... has had a long relationship with QTC. Image: @bulimabastudios

Playwright and University of Queensland drama lecturer Dr Stephen Carleton has received the prize for Best New Australian Work at the 2017 Matilda Awards.

23 February 2017
Australian Academy of the Humanities Fellow Professor Peter Holbrook.

The University of Queensland’s Professor Peter Holbrook is among 28 new Fellows of the Australian Academy of the Humanities.

25 November 2013
The first Resident Commissioner, Charles Woodford in the 1880s.

The first comprehensive online history of the Solomon Islands will be launched on 25 July, thanks to the painstaking research of a University of Queensland academic.

23 July 2013
Topology – Dr Robert Davidson (centre)

Musicians from The University of Queensland’s School of Music are set to take centre stage with a number of performances and workshops taking place as part of the Queensland Music Festival this month.

8 July 2013

The University of Queensland’s R.D. Milns Antiquities Museum will throw its doors open for Wine, Cheese and Ancient Art on 14 June.

13 June 2013

The University of Queensland Drama students will this week present Sophie Treadwell's critically-acclaimed Machinal at St Lucia.

20 May 2013

Traditional Aboriginal art, design, song and dance in central Australia will be the focus of The University of Queensland’s Diversity Week public lecture, Singing, Dancing and Painting Country, on Friday May 24.

20 May 2013
The University of Queensland student Symphony Orchestra will perform Carnival of the Animals in Brisbane on 26 May.

The University of Queensland student Symphony Orchestra is joining forces with writer, broadcaster and researcher Roland Sussex to present a musical classic in Brisbane on 26 May.

9 May 2013
Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro, ‘Future Remnant’ 2011, dinosaur fossil replica, IKEA furnishings, cable binding, 285 x 180 x 485 cm irreg. 
Courtesy of the artists and Nature Morte, Berlin and Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney and © the artists

An entire aeroplane arrived at The University of Queensland, piece by piece, to feature in the first Australian survey exhibition of collaborative artists, Claire Healy and Sean Cordeiro.

14 March 2013

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

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
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

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
Wawiriya Burton(Australia, 1928) Pitjantjatjara people, South Australia
'Ngayuku ngura - My country' 2009, Amata, South Australia
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
152 x 122 cm 
d’Auvergne Boxall Bequest Fund 2009, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
© Wawiriya Burton, Courtesy of Tjala Arts

The Art Gallery of South Australia’s travelling exhibition Desert Country offers an oasis of colour when it opens at The University of Queensland Art Museum on 4 August 2012.

13 July 2012

The relevance of the modern Olympic Games – from war truces to the celebration of athletes - will come under scrutiny at a meeting of Olympic scholars that starts today.

6 July 2012

The great religious, political and economic upheaval of the early medieval era has been the topic of conversation at a meeting of international scholars at The University of Queensland this week.

27 April 2012
The Hezar Ava ensemble, from left: Pegah Varamini (ensemble leader, piano and vocal), Omid Rahimi (vocal and tonbak), Mostafa Odabaee (santour), Maryam Odabaee (tar), Barbod Valadi (alto tar) and Homeira Aryanpad (daf and back vocal).

Ensemble Hezar Ava staged a free lunchtime concert of traditional and classical Persian music at UQ St Lucia this week.

16 April 2012

A top international scholar has attracted the greatest turnout in 10 years to an annual arts lecture at The University of Queensland.

10 April 2012