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Game changers: Nicole Hollows

For someone who never aspired to be a corporate executive, Nicole Hollows has broken all the rules.
Nicole became CEO and Managing Director of Macarthur Coal at the age of 35. She is the only female chief executive of a major Queensland mining company, forging a career in a traditionally male-dominated industry.

In her five years in the role, she has steered the company through drought, flood and an international financial disaster, and is recognised as one of Australia’s emerging business leaders. Nicole is currently serving as a member on the QUT Business School Executive Dean's CEO Strategy Group, the Board of the Queensland Museum Foundation and the Skills Queensland Board. She was formerly President of the Board of the Queensland Resources Council (QRC).

Facilitated by Ray Weekes, Chair of CEO Institute, the Game Changers series brings innovation leaders from business, technology, and creative industries to share their insights with aspiring Queensland entrepreneurs.
Hear first-hand how prominent Queensland entrepreneurs and business leaders build companies, reinvent themselves generation after generation, inspire teams, and envision success.


Game Changers is a Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame initiative presented by SLQ, QUT Business School and the Queensland Library Foundation. The Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame, celebrates, records and retells the stories of Queensland business leaders and their contributions to Queensland.

Date: Wednesday 29 May 2013
Venue: Auditorium 1, Level 2, State Library of Queensland

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Siganto Foundation artists’ books lecture: This Other Southland

There is always more than one story: about place, about ancestry, about our culture. Susan King’s artist's books express this multiple narrative we all live. American artist and writer Susan King presents an overview of her artist's books and how the politics of feminist art making and the tradition of fine printing in California influenced her early work.

Proudly sponsored by the Siganto Foundation.

Date: Sunday, 6 April 2014
Time: 2:00pm
Venue: Auditorium 2, Level 2, State Library of Queensland

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Siganto Foundation artists’ books lecture: This Other Southland

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UQ Architecture Lecture Series: Chris Knapp & Mathew Aitchison

Architects and architecture enthusiasts joined us for the third lecture in the 2014 UQ Architecture lecture series, presented by the University of Queensland School of Architecture and the Asia Pacific Design Library.

Chris Knapp from Bond University and Built Environment Practice and Dr Mathew Aitchison from University of Queensland presented as part of the series on the topic of ‘Prefab… a potted history’. Together they will discuss and debate what “prefab” really means to the profession.

More about the speakers
Professor Chris Knapp is an architect, educator, and builder. He is Assistant Professor and Architecture Discipline Leader at Bond University. His teaching focuses upon architectural design, digital fabrication, drawing and representation, and construction technology. Chris is currently pursuing his PhD at the School of Architecture and Design at RMIT in the invited, practice-based design research stream.

Dr. Mathew Aitchison is Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Queensland’s School of Architecture. He is a researcher, teacher and designer with extensive international experience in Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, the U.S.A. and Australia. Building on international award-winning design experience, Mathew maintains a wide-ranging design practice, which includes competition schemes, research consultancies, building projects and design research collaborations with private and public bodies.

Event details
Date: Tuesday, 8 Apr 2014
Venue: State Library of Queensland

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Griffith Review 43: Pacific Highways

New Zealand has quietly become a complex Pacific nation with a polyphony of voices. With multiculturalism come questions of identity: Who decides who is a 'New Zealander'? How is place defined for those who migrate among the islands of the Pacific, Southern and Tasman oceans? How has an increasingly diverse population contributed to New Zealand's wealth of artistic and literary talent?

Join acclaimed author Lloyd Jones, co-editor of Griffith REVIEW 43: Pacific Highways, as he presents on 'what to write about', and engages in a broader discussion on the exchange of people and culture in New Zealand and how the authority of the writer's voice imagines or defines a place. Lloyd is introduced by Griffith REVIEW founding editor Julianne Schultz.

Pacific Highways explores the points of resistance and overlap and challenges perceptions of New Zealand from both sides of the Tasman.

This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, part of the Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts.


Date - Thursday 10th April, 2014
Time - 6.30pm - 7.30pm
Venue - Auditorium 1, Level 2, State Library of Queensland

 

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Future of museums

Join key figures from the Queensland Cultural Precinct as they share their insight and experiences on the current state of play within the Australasian GLAM sector (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums) and where the future might lead.

Listen in as Janette Wright (State Librarian, SLQ), Chris Saines (Director, Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art), Jillian Marsh (Queensland Museum), and guest speaker Jenny Harper (Director, Christchurch Art Gallery) discuss new directions in providing access to collections and services.

Date: Wed 26 Mar 2014, 6:00 pm - 07:30 pm
Venue: SLQ Auditorium 1, level 2

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