Traversing new ground with First Nations art & film symposium

Sixteen First Nations artists, curators and filmmakers from Australia, Taiwan and Aotearoa/New Zealand will overcome border restrictions and gather online for a QUT-hosted international symposium from October 7 to 9.

Treasure every moment: Yolngu filmmaker continues her journey at QUT

Two years ago Siena Stubbs found herself on a bullet train in Japan, contemplating how her life seemed to also be on a pre-determined path, speeding into adulthood.

Behind the scenes at QUT’s Samford Ecological Research Facility (SERF)

In the bush at Samford, 23km northwest of Brisbane, lies one of QUT’s little-known gems, the 51-hectare living laboratory known as the Samford Ecological Research Facility (SERF).

Healing country with a new healing space in Cherbourg

The Cherbourg community has partnered with QUT landscape architecture lecturer Alayna Renata and students, Sam Davis, Briana Macqueen and Grace Gaston to design Yarning at Wakka Wakka – the town’s first community-owned gathering space.

Cassie Lang uses native title law to protect sites of cultural importance and empower First Nations communities

QUT Alumna Cassie Lang is a solicitor who has spent more than a decade specialising in Indigenous law, particularly native title, governance, and Indigenous cultural heritage, protecting sites of cultural significance and empowering First Nations communities.

VR site tours build interest in construction careers

Hundreds of Queensland high school students have donned VR goggles rather than hard hats to get insights into construction industry careers, thanks to a Virtual Construction Site (VCS) tour developed by QUT lecturer Dr Fiona Lamari.