Creative Arts Research Institute provides a research community for its candidates, with a suite of colloquia, workshops, research training support, and support for conference travel.
The research degrees offered by Queensland Conservatorium, Queensland College of Art and Griffith Film School give you the opportunity to be an integral part of this collaborative, informed and influential community.
Our researchers are experts in their field, and offer exceptional mentoring support to help foster excellence, innovation and passion in a stimulating inter-disciplinary learning environment.
Indigeneous documentary filmmaker, director and writer Angelina recently screened a documentary about Murri Humor, Always Blak, Always Cracked on NITV 25 May 2021 as part of curated selection marking National Reconciliation Week.
Explores serious games for mental health with the hope of to increasing mental health literacies in communities through knowledge of mental health, wellbeing, symptoms, treatment, care and services. This project is in collaboration with Mental Health First Aid Australia.
Maria’s work looks at using motion capture technology to control an animated interactive digital human social media influencer for social impact. The project aims tocreate behavioral change to keep koalas safe, and is in collaboration with Social Marketing @ Griffith and Redland City Council.
Acknowledgement of Country
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of this Country on which we live and work. We recognise their continuing connection to place and culture, and pay respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.