NiTRO Creative Matters

Perspectives on creative arts in higher education


Edited by Jess Moriarty and Kate Aughterson ‘This collection is the second in the Performance and Communities series. Contributions from academics and artists engage with both these notions of performance – that of identities in and through time and space – and of more formal instances of specific time-limited performances (textual/ embodied/ visual/ communal)’ Read more @ Intellect Books… 

Special Issue: Mobile and Smartphone Filmmaking – Past, Present & Future Issue 5, 2023 “Welcome to the fifth issue of Sightlines: Filmmaking in the Academy. This special issue of the journal is led by guest editorial lead, Associate Professor Max Schleser, and features a selection of works from the Mobile Innovation

“HUB is a peer-reviewed and open-access research journal for reporting on arts, design, and performing arts. …HUB has been created to bridge a gap within the current cross-disciplinary space of arts and design research by providing a platform for exchanging ideas to foster new forms of inquiry and documentation of

“Expositions are imaginary objects. Even when they are made physically, for instance, on the computer when preparing a submission to JAR, they only work when the elements making up what is assembled come together in a particular form. On its own, each element may offer numerous points of entry and

“Ways into Knowing is a long-term research project undertaken by Arts Cabinet, connecting with its mission to explore the space between art and research as a point to depart from existing ideologies of finitude towards an idea of openness and potentiality.” Read More @ Arts Cabinet…

On 28 September, Currents, a new post-graduate arts research journal, was launched through the Centre of Visual Arts (CoVA) at the University of Melbourne by editors Kelly Fliedner and Jeremy Eaton. This new initiative, established between CoVA and the School of Design, University of Western Australia, draws on a

Springer has released a list of new books that might be of interest to NiTRO readers over the holiday break: Close Encounters of Art and Physics: An Artist’s View by Laura Pesce; Art and Soul: Rudolf Steiner, Interdisciplinary Art and Education edited by Victoria de Rijke; What Art Teaches Us:

Any Jazz researchers looking to take time out from their practice with a bit of reading over the break might be interested in a new book released by Rob Burke (Monash) and Andrys Onsman (Melbourne). Rob has provided some further information on the book published by Routledge below and information on