Events by subject
Future student events
28-04-2015 - 29-04-2015 This classic Australian play looks at Anzac Day through the eyes of generation, class and character. On the 100-year anniversary of the Gallipoli landing, this is a thoroughly fresh take on this truly Australian classic.
22-04-2015 - 02-05-2015 QUT's second-year acting students will star in Anton Chekhov's humorously bitter satire The Seagull for a limited season at Gardens Theatre.
10-05-2015 - 10-05-2015 Mums of all ages can celebrate Mother's Day with a free concert by The Buys Duo in the elegant surrounds of one of Queensland's most important heritage buildings, Old Government House.
16-02-2015 - 13-07-2015 Visit The Cube at QUT to pit yourself against The Arcade! It's an ever-expanding trip down memory lane into 80s style games, revitalised in full 3D and showcasing the mathematics behind each game.
21-04-2015 - 21-04-2015 QUT will host the 2015 Fulbright Day on 21 April offering aspiring Fulbright Scholars a glimpse of where the prestigious program can take them.
09-02-2015 - 13-07-2015 Cubers, it's time to let your body talk! Get up-close and personal with Plasma Wall, a fun and colourful interactive for all to enjoy at The Cube on QUT's Gardens Point campus.
14-03-2015 - 03-05-2015 The Garden exhibition at QUT Art Museum brings together a selection of artwork that draws out the aesthetic, conceptual and therapeutic possibilities of the garden and explores why this reoccurring motif provides such a rich source of material for artists and their creative energies.
20-07-2014 - 19-07-2015 The William Robinson: Infinite sphere exhibition surveys work from Robinson's early career until now and explores the literal and metaphorical concerns that underpin the art of one of Australia's greatest living artists.
27-04-2015 - 15-05-2015 In 2012, artist James Bridle introduced the term "New Aesthetic" to articulate a concept referring to the increasing appearance of the visual language of digital technology and the Internet in the physical world, and the blending of the virtual and physical.
09-05-2015 - 28-06-2015 Quaternary is the second iteration of QUT's triennial exhibition series which explores the University's unique open-studio, cross-disciplinary approach to studying art.