Griffith University embraces the performing and visual arts and the success of our graduates is being acclaimed from the concert stages, film screens and galleries of the world.
Such achievements speak to the quality of our teachers, students and programs, and we thank you for the generosity that allows the University to continue providing the resources and support that nurture, embrace and lead to excellence.
Affectionately known as the Con, the Queensland Conservatorium is one of Australia’s leading music schools, offering a wide variety of specialist degrees from classical music, jazz, opera, and popular music to musical theatre, music technology and music education.
Our alumni are indeed remarkable and include three-time Grammy Award-winning flautist Tim Munro, Eurovision Song Contest runner-up Dami Im, jazz and pop sensations Katie Noonan and Megan Washington, international sopranos Lisa Gasteen AO and Mirusia Louwerse, award-winning concert violinist Glenn Christensen and operatic baritone Samuel Johnson.
Furthermore, with teachers of the calibre of 2014 Australian Teacher of the Year, Professor Brydie-Leigh Bartleet, the Queensland Conservatorium will continue to be the platform from which generations of extraordinary talent will soar.
The QCA is a thriving creative community helping to shape the future of art, design and film culture across several mediums.
Award-winning artists Tony Albert and Michael Zavros, international fashion illustrator Megan Hess, 3D printing designer James Novak and Griffith Film School graduates, film-makers Peter and Michael Spierig and screenwriter Alice Addison are just a few QCA alumni having a huge impact in Australia and internationally.
Thanks to your generosity, Griffith University can ensure that our students continue to benefit from the very best facilities and resources as they prepare for futures that are themselves works of art.