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Seeing no longer believing: the manipulation of online images

A peace sign from Martin Luther King, Jr, becomes a rude gesture; President Donald Trump’s inauguration crowd scenes inflated; dolphins in Venice’s Grand Canal; and crocodiles on the streets of flooded Townsville – all manipulated images posted as truth.

Students design solutions for social good in online intensive

QUT students recently had an overwhelmingly positive response from six community organisations who partnered with first-year Bachelor of Design unit Impact Lab 2: People. 

Poster exhibition celebrates Brisbane’s subversive music scene

Brisbane’s rich music scene of the 1970s and 80s is in the spotlight at a State Library of Queensland exhibition marking the culmination of a research project by QUT Creative Industries music lecturer and former Go-Betweens member Dr John Willsteed.

QUT Outstanding Alumni Awards: QUT Young Alumnus of the Year announced

QUT Creative Industries graduate and innovative shoe designer Reba Brammer has been named the QUT Young Alumnus of the Year for her incredible career trajectory within the space of a decade. 

QUT to track social media action on the QLD election

Social media has made personal attacks on politicians more prevalent in Australia and overseas; be it Donald Trump accusing Joe Biden of treason or Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews labelled #DictatorDan on Twitter.

New project deals with loneliness and social isolation in Kelvin Grove

Dealing with loneliness and social isolation at the Kelvin Grove Urban Village is the aim of a new community engagement initiative, Chatty Bench Project.

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New project deals with loneliness and social isolation in Kelvin Grove

Dealing with loneliness and social isolation at the Kelvin Grove Urban Village is the aim of a new community engagement initiative, Chatty Bench Project.

Save the date for an online QUT Design Festival

Launching 23 November, QUT Design Festival 2020 is going digital.

Odd Bedfellows

Odd Bedfellows brings together the work of six remarkable Queensland artists held in the QUT Art Collection, with works spanning over five decades, a time when Brisbane was transitioning from that place 'out woop woop' to the cosmopolitan city that it is today. While the artist's practices are visually disparate, they are all drawn together by their sub-tropical context – as Queenslanders, and as artists in the QUT Art Collection.

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