A creative future
Creativity, communication and design are at the forefront of a rapidly changing world with creative workers driving economic, social and cultural development in a range of industries − not just traditional cultural institutions.
Working closely with partners from government and industry, the Creative Industries Faculty has positioned itself as a leader in the development of creative industries nationally, and is positioned to become an internationally-networked hub of creative enterprise.
The Creative Industries Precinct features world-class facilities for learning, teaching, research and commercial services, with a recent $88 million expansion to our footprint on the QUT Kelvin Grove campus.
We have a diverse team of internationally renowned researchers and highly skilled professionals, industry experts and support staff who drive our faculty to the forefront of creativity.
QUT Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Margaret Sheil, today outlined to staff the university’s response to the challenges presented by COVID-19 as well as measures to position the university for a strong recovery in a fundamentally changed world.
While the rest of the nation was in lockdown, Journalism students at Queensland University of Technology were busy preparing content for their new magazine Q-KURV.
The closure of theatres and other venues due to COVID-19 has resulted in catastrophic loss of income for performance companies and artists. Spare a thought though for those behind the scenes, who work to make a production sing.
QUT has been named Australia’s best young university in the Times Higher Education rankings announced tonight (24 June 2020).
COVID-19 has been hard on the creative industries but 63 QUT student filmmakers have managed to make an eight-part web series featuring documentaries exploring how the pandemic has affected a range of people.
Designs by QUT students for a waterway transfer and launch system that makes it easier for people with limited mobility to go kayaking has been applauded by Seqwater and Spinal Life Australia.
The true story of one of the most dramatic, yet now forgotten chapters of Australia's early maritime history, Hell Ship is a tale of hardship and heroism; of survival and love.
As Australia's first culinary queen, Margaret Fulton long reigned supreme in the country's kitchens as she taught our growing nation how to cook.
Peg and Cliff Small are a suburban middle-aged couple who once happened to be prize-winning ballroom dancers.