Our Alumni can be found across every creative endeavour
Our Alumni are one of the Queensland College of Art's greatest assets. They're making significant contributions to the visual arts both nationally and internationally. Below are just a sample of the many successful and talented people who have studied at Queensland College of Art.
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Tony Albert has achieved extraordinary international success since graduating from a Bachelor of Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art.
As a Wathaurung woman, Carol McGregor's art practice is motivated by a desire to unearth histories and memories to strengthen and further inform Australian Aboriginal identity and sense of belonging.
Dale Harding’s artistic research sees him extending his cultural inheritance from the sandstone rock art country of Central Queensland to exhibition spaces across Australia and overseas.
Internationally acclaimed photojournalist Adam Ferguson has worked in the world’s most dangerous hotspots, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Myanmar, and Nigeria.
Dean West is best known for his intricate and highly staged photographs that take everyday occurrences beyond the realm of natural reality. His commercial clients include Disney, MTV, Sony and Fox Sports.
Sancintya Simpson's practice examines the complexities of racial and migratory experiences within Australia. Her work has been exhibited widely at various artist run, commercial and museum galleries.
Winning prestigious art awards and exhibiting in art museums across the world, Michael Zavros is living the dream of a successful visual artist.
Represented by Jan Murphy Gallery in Brisbane and Sophie Gannon Gallery in Melbourne, Monica Rohan paints exaggerated patterns drawn from textiles and foliage, which she says reflect the subconscious.
Bianca Mavrick’s jewellery label celebrates fashion in playful forms, eclectic motifs and exuberant colours. Her designs have found a place in the international fashion arena.
Designer / Visual Artist
Megan Hess is one of the world’s most sought after fashion illustrators with a prestigious client list that includes Vanity Fair, Chanel, Dior, Tiffany & Co., Yves Saint Laurent, Vogue, Cartier, and Balenciaga.
Joel and Kate Booy
For Joel and Kate Booy, studying graphic design at the QCA marked the start of a personal and professional partnership that has spanned two decades, culminating in a collaboration with IKEA and high profile exhibitions around the world.
Image: Tony Albert. Photo credit: Mark Pokorny.
Image: Carol McGregor. Photo credit: Dale Harding.
- Dale Harding installing Wall Composition in Reckitt’s Blue 2017
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Image: Adam Ferguson.
Image: Dean West.
Image: Sancintya Simpson. Photo credit: Savannah van der Niet
Image: Michael Zavros.
Image: Monica Rohan.
Image: Bianca Mavrick. Photo credit: Savannah van der Niet.
Image: Megan Hess.
Image: Kate and Joel Booy.
Image: Alexander Lotersztain.