Take a virtual tour of Griffith’s creative studios and theatres
Take a look at some of Griffith’s creative spaces where our students conceptualise, design, craft, practise and hone their talents and skills.
From Queensland College of Art to Griffith Film School and the Queensland Conservatorium, you can explore some of the creative spaces at Griffith using your phone, tablet, computer or VR headset.
In these 360° interactive videos, you will meet some of our remarkable staff and students who are working in the fields of creative industries, design and interactive media.
In the Liveworm studio Jayden (studying a Bachelor of Creative and Interactive Media) and his lecturer Daniel Della-Bosca discuss what to expect when studying 3D modelling.
Zoe Murray (studying a Bachelor of Design) and Associate Professor Christopher Klopper are in the Liveworm studio discussing studying creative industries.
Bren (Bachelor of Industrial Design) is joined by Nick Emerson to show us around the Advanced Design and Prototyping Technologies (ADaPT) lab.
Queensland College of Art
As well as being one of Australia’s longest-running art and design colleges, the Queensland College of Art is also one of the most revered. Its art galleries, exhibition spaces, studios and computer labs are home to a thriving community of artists, designers and photographers. Our students learn from leading creatives in these state-of-the-art spaces:
- Liveworm visual communication design studio
- printmaking studios
- design studios
- Advanced Design and Prototyping Technologies Institute (ADaPT)
- QCA galleries
Find out more about studying visual arts at the Queensland College of Art.
Griffith Film School
The largest school of its kind in Australia, Griffith Film School is educating the next generation of filmmakers, animators and game designers. It’s where expert industry practitioners and academics prepare students for creative and exciting careers on the international stages of film, television and digital screen media production. Here, students hone their craft using the most advanced facilities including:
- TV studio with multi-camera and sound stage capacity
- stop motion studio
- state-of-the-art sound recording studios
- post-production labs and editing suites
Find out more about studying film and screen media production at the Queensland Film School.
Dedicated to producing polished music professionals of the highest calibre, the Queensland Conservatorium is one of Australia's leading music and performing arts schools. Students can study a wide range of specialist degrees, from classical music, jazz, opera and popular music to musical theatre, acting, music technology and music education. Experience its state-of-the-art facilities including:
- Conservatorium Theatre
- Queensland Conservatorium Recital Hall
- Queensland Conservatorium entrance
- Queensland Conservatorium exterior
- Queensland Conservatorium foyer
- Creative Music Technology recording studio
Find out more about studying music at the Queensland Conservatorium.
Study at Griffith
We offer hundreds of study possibilities with 10 areas of study spanning a wide range of degrees. You will be sure to find something that interests you.
How to view the rooms
Select which room you would like to view by selecting its thumbnail image from the thumbnail navigation strip at the bottom of the frame.
Tip: use the white arrow in the bottom left hand corner to show the thumbnail navigation strip, then select the next room you would like to view.
How to navigate
Once you have selected a room you can:
- use your mouse or finger (depending on your device) to navigate.
- change your viewing position: click once, hold and drag to your desired viewing spot.
- zoom in and out: double click to zoom in and out.
- select an icon: click once on an icon to find the additional information in the room including a description of the room, a related video, or other related information.