For the first time, 2020 gives you the chance to take in the incredible work from graduating QUT Creative Industries students, digitally.
Our rich tapestry of creative talent can be accessed and enjoyed here from 23 November.
QUT acknowledges the Turrbal and Yugara, as the First Nations owners of the lands where QUT now stands. We pay respect to their Elders, lores, customs and creation spirits. We recognise that these lands have always been places of teaching, research and learning.
QUT’s Elder-in-Residence, Gregory Egert, provides a Welcome to Country.
School of Creative Practice
Students undertake intensive and challenging training in stagecraft, and big and small screen acting in a supportive environment.
Students learn animation techniques and fundamental visual storytelling skills that apply to filmmaking, games and advertising, as well as pre-visualisations for areas such as architecture, engineering and biomedical research.
As they learn from published authors and scholars, students work creatively on writing novels, poetry, short stories, non-fiction, memoir, and genre fiction.
A course for those who aspire to careers in teaching, choreography, research, community arts practice, dance medicine and science, and arts management.
Students learn to plan, fund and produce live events, tackling a major production each year to develop skills in applied theatre, directing and collaboration.
Film, Screen and New Media
Our students gain skills in producing, writing, sound, cinematography or directing across documentary, television and digital platforms.
Students dive directly into creating new music both live and in recording studios - choosing from creative technologies, performance and recording, or composing for media.
Technical producers work on multiple events gaining skills in stage management, lighting, sound, props, costume, stage design and mechanics.
Students focus on contemporary art practice in an open studio environment - working across video, installation, sculpture, photography, performance, printmaking, painting, drawing and digital media.
School of Communication
Students combine communication studies with an emphasis on digital innovation, practical skills, and industry placements and connections.
In the first and only course of its kind students master creative, industry and legal aspects of global entertainment with work experience and hands-on projects.
Students access newsrooms and studios to learn from working professionals across print, broadcast and online platforms.
Our graduates are well-prepared for careers in small and large organisations as corporate writers, media advisers, editors, publishers, reviewers and more.
School of Design
Students use advanced digital design tools in this internationally acclaimed course, renowned for its focus on innovation and sustainable development.
The longest running fashion degree in the state, offers excellent facilities and many of our grads enjoy internationally successful careers.
Students study design, design management, CAID technology, ergonomics, aesthetics, marketing and design leadership to create products, services and systems to improve people’s everyday lives.
Interactive and Visual Design
Our students prepare for careers in design, technology and innovation focusing on industry-leading practices in human centred design, design thinking, experience design, service innovation and augmented reality.
Students use models, full-scale material constructs and digital animations in design projects as they learn from award-winning practitioners.
Our students learn from one of Australia’s principal landscape educators, working on real-world projects in studio settings and gain knowledge of emerging industry trends.