Shaun Gladwell The archer (after Chuang Tzu) 2014

A distinctly Australian exhibition bringing together a decade of artwork exploring sport and sporting culture will open on 24 November at UQ Art Museum.

16 October 2018
Detective Dee: The Four Heavenly Kings

An exciting film festival with free movie screenings will showcase contemporary Chinese culture at The University of Queensland next week.

25 September 2018
Left to right: Isabella Baker, Judy Watson, Emma McLean

Emerging UQ Art Museum curators have collaborated with prolific Brisbane-based artist Judy Watson to create a thought-provoking exhibition to run from Saturday 18 August.

16 August 2018

Spinifex, emu feathers, bone and ochre feature in an exhibition opening at the UQ Art Museum on 18 August.

13 August 2018
UQ graduate Connor D’Netto in We Are Breathing

The unique sound of electronic music blended with the classic cello will drift from the depths of the Spring Hill Reservoir in a home-coming concert for University of Queensland graduate Connor D’Netto.

2 August 2018
Professor Lorraine Mazerolle

An academic journal edited by a University of Queensland criminologist is now ranked third in the world in its field.

31 July 2018
A page showing the definition of terrorism

Terrorism, religious fundamentalism, cyber-racism, political separatism and violent extremism are among topics on the agenda at a global conference at The University of Queensland.

30 July 2018
Baker Boy on stage. One performer is captured mid-flip, while another plays the didgeridoo, with the end of it pointing towards the camera.

Indigenous rapper Baker Boy will headline The University of Queensland’s inaugural NAIDOC Music Culture Art Festival, to be held on Thursday 2 August.

23 July 2018
The rainbow flag flies alongside the Australian and Aboriginal Flags on top of UQ's Forgan Smith building.

University of Queensland senior leaders have today been appointed as executive champions and allies of the UQ Ally Network, in recognition of their commitment to advancing inclusion and diversity at UQ.

23 July 2018
UQ's Forgan Smith building lit in Aboriginal flag colours.

Artwork by an Aboriginal and/ or Torres Strait Islander creator will feature in The University of Queensland’s upcoming Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), with artists invited to submit an expression of interest by 11 July 2018.

5 July 2018
Jason Wing: Captain James Crook 2013, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

Identity, racism, displacement, Country, nuclear testing, sovereignty and the Stolen Generations are among the important issues explored in a survey of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art opening on 28 July at The University of...

2 July 2018

Journalism freedom fighter Professor Peter Greste is spearheading a unique research collaboration to protect media independence, the role of the media in democracy, and the safety of journalists.

28 June 2018
Melbourne housing

There has been another marked decline in the number of Australians migrating between cities and regions, while movement within capitals is on the rise.

22 May 2018
The UQ Theatre Festival

In a sparkling debut, the curtain has risen on The University of Queensland’s world premier event, the UQ Theatre Festival which runs until Thursday 24 May.

15 May 2018

A giant spiral across Brisbane’s skyline has been reflected on the ground by students in The University of Queensland’s Great Court to mark International Museum Day today.

15 May 2018
Researchers have analysed the link between climate scepticism and political conservatism.

The widely held belief that people with conservative political views are more likely to reject climate change science has been challenged by University Queensland researchers.

8 May 2018

A Brisbane film festival showcasing stories of Africa will help protect chickens and livelihoods through the work of an international foundation supported by The University of Queensland.

8 May 2018
Peter Greste with his award

Internationally acclaimed journalist Peter Greste has been awarded an Australian Press Council Press Freedom Medal in Sydney today (Thursday 3 May).

3 May 2018
Average number of times people change addresses

Australians are among the most mobile people in the world, with four in 10 changing address every five years, and nearly 15 per cent moving every year.

28 February 2018
Advancing accessibility worldwide underpins the United Nations’ equity agenda of “leaving no one behind”.

Easy access to services, institutions and economic opportunities can separate thriving communities from others that are left behind socially and economically.

11 January 2018