UQ's call for Reconciliation Artwork

The University of Queensland (UQ) is preparing to launch its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) in December 2018.

We are in the final stages of commissioning an artist to create UQ’s Reconciliation Artwork. The Reconciliation Artwork will be displayed in a prominent position on one of our three campuses and used to represent and support reconciliation and Indigenous activities and initiatives at UQ.  The artwork will be reproduced across a number of formats, including banners, website, merchandise, social media, badges, cards and email signatures. Supporting guidelines for use of the artwork enable UQ staff to respectfully reproduce the artwork across digital and physical collateral, and these will be included within UQ’s corporate style guidelines.

UQ’s mission is to create change that positively influences society by engaging in the pursuit of excellence through the creation, preservation, transfer and application of knowledge. We aspire to make Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledges an integral component of this mission and in the spirit of reconciliation, the achievement of all our University values:

  • Pursuit of excellence
  • Creativity and independent thinking
  • Honesty and accountability
  • Mutual respect and diversity
  • Supporting our people.

Our reconciliation vision is to build a strong sense of belonging in an inclusive UQ that works respectfully with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, staff and communities in teaching, learning, research and collaboration – embracing and enhancing the best of our nation’s and the world’s diversity.

Expression of Interest Closed

Wednesday, 11 July 2018

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