Think of Australia – Meng Wang

Meng Wang Display 2Meng Wang is a 3rd year Photo Media student from the QCA School on the Gold Coast Campus, and is currently exhibitioning his Action Research document photography project in the Gold Coast library.

Entitled Think of Australia, the concept is about getting us to think about culture as not just “an all-encompassing overview of large groups” but as smaller groups as well.

Meng is bringing forward the idea of Post-Orientalism in his photographic project.

Meng Wang Display 1


Win an Apple Watch with your #libraryshelfie

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Show us your best Library Shelfie and go into the draw to win an Apple Watch. You could also win some awesome weekly prizes!

Simply follow @griffithlibrary on Instagram or Twitter, take a selfie in a Griffith University Library, and post it on Instagram or Twitter. Be sure to include #libraryshelfie and #griffithuni so we can see!

Get your mobile phones ready! The competition opens on 1 August 2015. All entries must be submitted by 11 September 2015.

The competition is open to all current Griffith University students.

Terms and Conditions

  • There will be one winner of an Apple Watch
  • The winning entry will be selected at random after the closing date
  • The winner will be notified within 28 days
  • Prizes are non-transferable and there are no cash or prize alternatives available
  • The name of the winner will be published on the Library’s Instagram, Twitter and Blog

Take a shelfie for a chance to win an Apple Watch

libraryshelfie_rectangle

Show us your best Library Shelfie and go into the draw to win an Apple Watch. You could also win some awesome weekly prizes!

Simply follow @griffithlibrary on Instagram or Twitter, take a selfie in a Griffith University Library, and post it on Instagram or Twitter. Be sure to include #libraryshelfie and #griffithuni so we can see!

Get your mobile phones ready! The competition opens on 1 August 2015. All entries must be submitted by 11 September 2015.

The competition is open to all current Griffith University students.

Terms and Conditions

  • There will be one winner of an Apple Watch
  • The winning entry will be selected at random after the closing date
  • The winner will be notified within 28 days
  • Prizes are non-transferable and there are no cash or prize alternatives available
  • The name of the winner will be published on the Library’s Instagram, Twitter and Blog

Living in South East Queensland – a student photography exhibition

A student photography exhibition is on display on the ground floor of the Gold Coast campus library.  The exhibition is an assessment item for first year student occupational therapists that has required them to visually demonstrate their theoretical knowledge.  Students have worked in small groups to identify an aspect of the course content and then capture an image that demonstrates their knowledge of occupation.

In occupational therapy, occupation is the term used to refer to all the activities that humans engage in throughout our days and our lives, as individuals and groups or people.  Occupations fill our time, have meaning and purpose, consume our energy and utilise our abilities.  As humans we engage in occupations from birth until death, and our pattern of occupational engagement is unique to each person’s life and experiences.

Come along and visit the exhibition, which will be on display until May 8.  You can also share your thoughts and reactions or ask questions via Twitter @GriffithOT or with the hashtag #1311AHS.

For more information contact Professor Matthew Molineux on m.molineux@griffith.edu.au or (07) 5552 7853


Living in South East Queensland – a student photography exhibition

From Friday afternoon this week a student photography exhibition will be on display on the ground floor of the Gold Coast campus library.  The exhibition is an assessment item for first year student occupational therapists that has required them to visually demonstrate their theoretical knowledge.  Students have worked in small groups to identify an aspect of the course content and then capture an image that demonstrates their knowledge of occupation.

In occupational therapy, occupation is the term used to refer to all the activities that humans engage in throughout our days and our lives, as individuals and groups or people.  Occupations fill our time, have meaning and purpose, consume our energy and utilise our abilities.  As humans we engage in occupations from birth until death, and our pattern of occupational engagement is unique to each person’s life and experiences.

Come along and visit the exhibition, which will be on display from late afternoon on May 9 until the lunchtime of May 23.  You can also share your thoughts and reactions or ask questions via Twitter @GriffithOT or with the hashtag #1311AHS.

For more information contact Professor Matthew Molineux on m.molineux@griffith.edu.au or (07) 5552 7853

Lifesaver pic - Between the flags. Lachlan Pascoe, Jordan Matthews

Between the flags. Lachlan Pascoe, Jordan Matthews

Man - Part of the furniture. Jade Bates, Joel Kennedy.

 Part of the furniture. Jade Bates, Joel Kennedy.

Climbing pics - Hanging from an occupation. Georgie Canty, Amelia Mitchell.

Hanging from an occupation. Georgie Canty, Amelia Mitchell.

Climbing pics - Hanging from an occupation. Georgie Canty, Amelia Mitchell.

Hanging from an occupation. Georgie Canty, Amelia Mitchell.