NiTRO Creative Matters

Perspectives on creative arts in higher education

Edition 37

A new report by Alison Pennington and Ben Eltham from the Centre for Future Work at the Australia Institute focuses on the crisis facing the arts and entertainment industry as a result of COVID.  ‘Creativity in Crisis: Rebooting Australia’s Arts and Entertainment Sector After COVID’ analyses a spectrum of government

Welcome to edition 37 of NiTRO in which we discuss issues of collaboration, ethics and authorship. We are proud to co-edit this edition with the Australian Film Television and Radio School, one of our valued member institutions and hopefully the first of many co-edited issues with our growing network

The awards recognise outstanding and sustained contributions by Australian artists in all areas of practice – music, literature, community arts and cultural development (CACD), emerging and experimental arts (EEA), visual arts, theatre, dance or a combination of any of these areas. The Australia Council encourages nominations of d/Deaf and disabled artists

The University of Tasmania is inviting artists and designers to submit proposals for PhD scholarships as part of a research project “Future-Making Creative Cultures: Waste, Salvage, Repair and Sustainability”. Proposals should focus on informing innovative modes of creative practice that embrace, explore and exploit reclaimed or second-use local materials and

Professor Bernard Lanskey has been appointed as the new Director of the Queensland Conservatorium at Griffith University. Music educator and pianist Professor Lanskey joins Griffith after 15 years leading the Yong Siew Conservatory of Music at the National University of Singapore.