Queensland College of Art
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. Over the past 125 years, it has brought together some of the finest practitioners and academics in visual art and design and produced thousands of professional artists, designers, photographers and film-makers who have helped in shape art and design culture in Queensland, Australia and internationally. The college has a strong commitment to community partnerships and internationalisation. Students work with community organisations, business and government on a variety of projects throughout their studies.
The Queensland College of Art offers the widest range of visual art programs in Australia. Students can choose from range of programs across design, fine art, photography and contemporary Australian Indigenous art, or study film and screen media, animation and games design at Griffith Film School. QCA is home to Australia’s largest film school. Students can study film and screen media production, animation and games design. Many of its programs have an industry focus and have been developed with the assistance of professional art and design bodies.
Students can study at the South Bank campus in the heart of Brisbane’s cultural precinct, or at the exciting Gold Coast campus. They can access the world class facilities, including art galleries, exhibition spaces, studios and computer labs and learn from some of the world’s leading creatives.
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