Filmmaker, designer and animator, Flinders University alumna Emma Hough Hobbs, has taken out the inaugural $35,000 Hanlon Larsen Screen Fellowship from a competitive field of 50 […]
Young children are fluent in both new and older technologies such as books, blocks and crayons but school systems still favour traditional print-based literacy practices and […]
Talented Flinders University students have grasped the hotly contested The Rookies #1 in the world for Digital Illustration title for the second year in a row. In partnership […]
Flinders University is gearing up to showcase how technology is incorporated across all study disciplines and transforming future careers, with a range of immersive activities at […]
In the ever growing world of digital media content, Flinders University has just joined the world’s best creative illustration schools in this year’s global Rookies rankings. […]
Want to see what the future holds? Virtual reality, gaming, filmmaking and new interactive technologies will be on show at the Tonsley Innovation Precinct during Hybrid […]
Two Flinders graduates will usher an infant play into existence at the National Play Festival, which begins in Adelaide today.
Extraordinary and sometimes alarming tales of the gods and heroes of Circassian myth will come to life as part of a Flinders production The Doom of Sosruquo at the Bakehouse Theatre from June 10 to 14
Flinders has added sponsorship of a new $10,000 prize for documentary making to its record of education in screen and media and the outstanding achievements of its graduates in filmmaking.