Check it out – QUT Art Museum

Is there a place on campus where you always pass by but never stop to take a look?

For me, yes! There are two places on QUT Gardens Point campus: QUT Art Museum and Old Government House.

This week when I was on my way to the library, I saw several very eye-catching posters about glass architecture outside the art museum. As someone very interested in innovation and design, I finally walked in and took a look.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Art Museum is not very big and there are two main exhibition rooms on both left and right side. The design on shown that day is all about glass architecture. Some of them have actually been produced and sold in Australia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every two to three months, there will be different exhibitions. So if you are an art person or simply just want to explore more about the Gardens Point campus, QUT Art Museum is definitely a place worth visiting!

Battle of the Campuses.

“Which is better? Gardens Point Campus or Kelvin Grove Campus?”

Every year, I would come across meeting freshman students, either asking me “what’s the difference between both Gardens Point (GP) Campus or Kelvin Grove (KG) Campus?” or “THERE’S ANOTHER CAMPUS?!?!”.

Let me break it down to you guys the difference between both and lets see which do you think is more awesome:

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Chillaxing Study Places.

indexNoisy Neighbors or house mates got you down? Have no fear!

There are tons of places that I personally like to study whenever it gets busy around your house. Here are a few places, where I thought I could share with you all, that you could go and work or study:

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Anti-Poverty Week.

On October 15, I was happy to have volunteered for Anti-Poverty Week at QUT Gardens Point Campus.

Run by QUT Student Support Services, QUT Counselling Services, International Student Services, Student Engagement and QUT Guild Welfare on that day, the national Anti-Poverty Week (October 12th – 18th) campaign encourages everyone to take part in activities that highlight or address poverty and hardship issues. It was also a day to show students what QUT support services are there.

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