The Australian Curriculum for the Arts was released publically last week. It is clear that the more than five years of consultation with schools, teachers, professional associations, parents and principals from across the country has led to a robust process leading to an excellent curriculum. Read more
Does technology allow us to better communicate with others, or are relationships becoming increasingly lost through digitised connections?
The latest QUT Shape of Things to Come exhibition, [dis]connect, plays with ideas of connection, interaction, engagement and intersection. We live in a world where objects can influence society in new and profound ways, and our graduates’ work grapples with these notions of rippling relationships.
The development of our technological capabilities is pushing the limits of robotics, artificial intelligence and computer processing power.
We are accumulating an incredible amount of data. So much data that it’s mind boggling.
These changes have massive implications for our society.