From what can be elucidated in Google Translate, it'll be mostly centered around CG animation.
The following comes from Studio Project Q's website
Anno Hideaki - President of Studio Color Co., Ltd. / Project Studio Q Project Manager, Creative Management
Due to this relationship, together with Mr. Aso and Mr. Dwango, we decided to set up a human resource development plan mainly for CG animation. Thanks to these three company projects, we are fortunate to contribute to the local industry as much as possible, make the best use of human resources, help the animation CG industry even a little and push forward the quality of the work a bit.
Mr. Kawakami - Dwango Co., Ltd. Chairman and Representative Director
Animation is a culture Japan is proud of worldwide. However, in the trend of global digitization, establishment of Japanese-like CG animation methods is still to come. The age of the net, the age of digital, the age where works can be made anywhere. I am expecting the success of Studio Q born in the land of Fukuoka.
Aso Ken - School corporation Asojuku chairperson / Project studio, Inc. Q Director
In the place called Kyushu, we established a company working on top-line work with top creators of the industry. I hope that it will become a new choice for many creators and those who are aiming for creators. From Kyushu we will cultivate talented personnel who will be responsible for the animation / CG industry, and we will strive to contribute to further leap in the industry.
I'm a lurker at heart.