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ARC Linkage Grants announced

The Australian Research Council has announced seven new Linkage Projects grants in the field of Creative arts and writing. Our congratulations go to the successful recipients.

Chief Investigators Administering university Project title
Prof Dennis Del Favero; Prof Claude Sammut; Dr Fabri Blacklock; Dr Carol Oliver; Dr Susanne Thurow; Mr Matthew Connell; Mr Arul Baskaran UNSW Redefining museum experience as an immersive networked narrative.
Prof Roger Dean; A/ Prof Tara Hamilton; Dr Christian Walder; Mr John Davis; Dr Ajay Heble Western Sydney University Music can speak for you: making music with a deep net partner.
A/Prof Sandra Gattenhof; Dr Donna Hancox; Prof Helen Klaebe QUT The Role of the Creative Arts in Regional Australia: A Social Impact Model.
A/Prof Melanie Swalwell; Dr Denise de Vries; Dr Helen Stuckey; Mr Nick Richardson; Ms Carolyn Murphy; Mr Andrew Piper; Ms Angela Goddard; Mr Jonathan Parsons Flinders Archiving Australian Media Arts: Towards a method and national collection.
Dr Oliver Bown; Dr Samuel Ferguson; Dr Alexander Davies; Dr Linda Candy; Mr Anthony Rowe; Mr Bruce Tulloch; Mr Craig Donarski UNSW Artistically rethinking creative coding for digital media.
Prof Dennis Del Favero; Prof Michael Thielscher; Dr Baden Pailthorpe; Mr Brian Dawson; Prof Craig Stockings; Dr Rhys Crawley; Ms Robyn Van Dyk UNSW memorySCAPE: the commemoration of war using a database narrative framework
A/Prof Melanie Swalwell; Dr Helen Stuckey; Dr Denise de Vries; Prof Angela Ndalianis; Mr Sebastian Chan Flinders Play it again: preserving Australian videogame history.

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