(L-R) Filmmaker Mark Jones, curator Marion Vasseur Raluy, UQ palaeontologist Dr Steve Salisbury and artist Angelika Markul, surrounded by dinosaur tracks on Roebuck Bay. Credit: Damian Kelly.

An award-winning French video artist and sculptor has teamed up with a University of Queensland

21 August 2019
Orchestra on stage for previous performance of Eumeralla

Australia’s first major symphonic and choral work based on the resistance wars will make its way to the Queensland Performing Arts Centre as part of The University of Queensland Vice-Chancellor's Concert Series this October.

6 August 2019
Dark Learning 2015 (detail)

A mesmerising, seven-channel video installation by Western Australian artist Jacobus Capone will have its Queensland premiere at The University of Queensland Art Museum from 26 July.

18 July 2019
An informal settlement in India

Attempts to redevelop informal settlements with apartment buildings could cause more harm than good in developing regions, according to a University of Queensland PhD architecture student.

8 July 2019

Award-winning journalist and free speech advocate Peter Greste is set to feature in a “realistic and comedic dramatisation of the darker side of academia”.

4 July 2019

Contemporary fibre-based artwork highlighting deep spiritual connections to Country and materiality will feature in a new exhibition at The University of Queensland Art Museum opening on 26 July.

2 July 2019
Art work visible in reflection of windows at UQ Art Museum

Spanning 24 metres across The University of Queensland Art Museum’s glass façade, a striking new artwork by Elizabeth Willing has been unveiled today.

7 June 2019
Isabella Baker (left) and Emma McLean (right)

Behind-the-scenes art secrets will be revealed when The University of Queensland Art Museum launches Workshop.

21 May 2019
A Guidance in Time

The wait to see the stunning triptych, A Guidance in Time created by Quandamooka artists Casey Coolwell and Kyra Mancktelow for The University of Queensland Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is finally over after a series of unveiling events.

20 May 2019
An inspirational example of the fruits of peace in Colombia.

Former Colombian guerrillas who are in the process of reintegration into society as whitewater rafting guides will appear at two free events held at The University of Queensland this week.

20 May 2019
Artist Lara Merrett

Artist Lara Merrett will 'harness the community’s creative input' in a 10-day outdoor studio at the UQ Art Museum from next Monday.

24 April 2019
LGBTQI graphic

Diversity training for physiotherapists could help overcome care concerns among LGBTIQ+ clients, a University of Queensland study has found.

9 April 2019
Immigration is a particularly charged political issue, researcher Timothy Gravelle says.

Australians’ willingness to accept immigrants and asylum seekers is heavily influenced by the neighbourhoods they live in, a University of Queensland researcher has found.

9 April 2019
Dr Katalin Trencsényi

Internationally renowned drama expert, researcher and theatre-maker Dr Katalin Trencsényi has been named The University of Queensland’s Creative Fellow for 2019.

28 February 2019

UQ Art Museum will encourage deeper engagement across the University with a new-look 2019 program of immersive artwork, artist-conceived installations and the reinterpreting of the University’s art collection.

13 February 2019

Hundreds of people are expected to join a lantern parade lighting the way to safety awareness at The University of Queensland St Lucia campus next month.

13 February 2019
Professor Anita Heiss joins UQ

The University of Queensland has welcomed multi-award winning writer and Indigenous rights champion Dr Anita Heiss as a Professor of Communication.

12 February 2019
Naomi Blacklock, Padma 2018

Inexplicable occurrences, the supernatural, sexual power and the potency of the natural world are among ideas explored by artists in a new exhibition opening at UQ Art Museum on 1 March.

5 February 2019

UQ Art Museum will say goodbye to its popular Play On: The art of sport exhibition with a ‘closing ceremony’ – a community event featuring some of the state’s elite athletes.

23 January 2019
Graham Ackhurst

An Aboriginal writer who ‘gained a second chance at life’ following treatment for a rare cancer has become the first Indigenous recipient of the Fulbright W.G. Walker scholarship.

18 December 2018