Digital Arts Program in the news
Focus on educational access recognised through Queen's Birthday Honours
CQUni News Published:13 June 2017
Professor Denise Wood AM
Significant service to education in the field of participation, inclusion and access has earned Professor Denise Wood recognition in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours list.The CQUniversity academic, researcher and practitioner is now a Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia. More
Unlocking potential for visual arts talents of the future
CQUni News Published:05 December 2016
There’s a chance of finding the next Wayne Blair or Baz Luhrmann thanks to a nationally-networked Digital Arts project aimed at boosting opportunities for young people from a disadvantaged background.
The $860,000 project led by CQUniversity is giving young people with disabilities, those from regional and remote areas and those from an Indigenous background the chance to complete a Certificate 11 in Visual Arts. More
New Digital Arts project to boost opportunities for young people with disabilities
CQUni News Published:14 March 2016
CQUniversity is leading a new $860,000 Digital Arts project aimed at boosting education and employment opportunities for young people with disabilities who are Indigenous and/or living in regional or remote areas.
The project will provide young people with the chance to complete a Certificate II in Visual Arts delivered by CQUniversity online and at drop-in centres* in South Australia, Victoria, Queensland and the Northern Territory (from July 2016 to June 2017). More
Tapping into digital creativity: Messenger Community News 19th July 2017 page 12