NiTRO Creative Matters

Perspectives on creative arts in higher education

Calling all DDCA member staff – contribute to NiTRO!

Creative Arts staff at DDCA member institutions are invited to contribute to upcoming editions of NiTRO:

  • Edition 42: The state of the PhD in Creative Arts. (Co-editor: Professor David Cross, Deakin) deadline for contributions: 27 May 2022

  • Edition 43: Collaboration and interdisciplinarity (working title) (Co-editor: Professor Vanessa Tomlinson, Griffith) deadline for contributions: 8 July 2022

  • Edition 44: Decolonising Indigenous engagement and work (working title) (Co-editor: ANU School of Music) deadline for contributions: 12 August 2022

  • Edition 45: Relationality: ethical rules of engagement in storytelling, creative collaboration, the classroom and beyond (Co-editor: AFTRS) deadline for contributions: 30 September 2022

Further details on each edition focus are sent to contacts at each member institution for circulation but colleagues are welcome to email Jenny Wilson for further details on edition of interest as these become available.  

Only DDCA member staff can contribute (unless specifically invited by editor or co-editor) –Yet another reason to join DDCA!

For further information on how to join please see: https://www.ddca.edu.au/members/membership-information

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