NiTRO + Creative Matters

Perspectives on creative arts in higher education

Special Issue: HDR + ECR

Edited by Carina Böhm, Didem Caia, Clare Carlin, Emilie Collyer, Ruth Fogarty

How Life Gets In is the inaugural HDR + ECR edition of Creative Matters.

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We are told that when you’re doing a PhD, ‘everything’ is the PhD … But is it? 

The work we received surprised and delighted us in the way it responded to our callout and in its conversation. Many pieces were deeply personal and shone a light into potent moments of life. Themes included time, trauma, art, memory, caring for self and others (children, family, friends), sport, motherhood, fan fiction, mental illness, and ageing.

News

THE INAUGURAL DDCA AWARDS 2024 The Australian Council of the Deans and Directors of Creative Arts wishes to acknowledge contributions to creative arts in higher education across Australia. To support this, we are launching the inaugural DDCA Awards. The DDCA Awards are comprised of the following five categories:  1. Distinguished

Read Jenny Sinclair in The Research Professional News for a perspective on some of the key concerns raised in relation to ARC’s Consultation Paper. From The Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities: “The current focus on commercialisation with the NCGP has obscured the broader range of

OPPORTUNITY FOR AN AUSTRALIAN FIRST NATIONS CREATIVE LEADER TO JOIN THE DDCA BOARD The Australian Council of Deans and Directors of Creative Arts (DDCA) seeks a First Nations identifying Creative Leader to join our Executive Board. Expressions of Interest To express your interest in becoming a member of the DDCA

March 26, 202411:00 AM – 12:00 PM Online and Foundations Lab (Brooklyn Campus, Main Building, room 401) “Ani Liu is an internationally exhibiting research-based artist working at the intersection of art & science. Ani’s work examines gender politics, labor, reproduction, simulation and sexuality. Integrating emerging technologies with cultural reflection and

“Nine ways to reflect on how art can contribute to sustainability transformations” Dr. Joost Vervoort “The 9 Dimensions tool creates a shared language between creators, funders and researchers. It is designed to recognize and reflect on the multidimensional richness of creative practice and what it can do to create a

National University of Singapore (NUS) is recruiting ONE Research Fellow to work on a Social Science and Humanities Research (SSHR) Fellowship project, “Archipelagic Mappings and Performance Routes, Routers, and Networks (1840–1940)” The Research Fellow (Theatre and Performance) will work with the Principal Investigator (PI) to: Qualifications: Applicants should: Read more