Established in 1881, the Queensland College of Art is one of Australia's longest-running art and design colleges while also remaining one of the most modern, offering the widest range of visual art programs in the country. We bring together some of the finest artists and academics in the areas of visual arts, design, Indigenous art and screen media, and have produced many of Australia's leading practitioners.
The Griffith Film School operates in purpose-built premises at our South Bank campus and QCA Gold Coast is a flourishing hub of creativity. Together, we are a thriving community of artists, designers, animators, photographers and filmmakers, shaping both local and international art and design culture.
Areas of study: Design / Design Futures | Digital Media (Gold Coast) | Fine Art | Photography | Animation (GFS) | Film and Screen Media (GFS) | Games Design (GFS) | Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art
Featured: Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art
A degree in Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art* provides students with the skills and techniques to take on today’s art world in all its various forms. Students learn from Indigenous lecturers with each element developed in accordance with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander principles and philosophies.
*Entry is only open to those identifying as Indigenous Australian. Special requirements apply in addition to academic achievement.