Creative Research Futures and Governance


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Presenter:  Professor Paul Carter

Date: Jul 31, 2015

Time: 12:30pm to 4:30pm

Contact person:  Johanna Funk, Research Associate
T: 08 8946 6819
E: johanna.funk@cdu.edu.au

Location:  Casuarina Campus Building Yellow 1.2.48 (Northern Institute Savanna Room – formerly ‘Red Room’)

Program

  • 12:30                                        Arrival and lunch
  • 1:30pm-2:15pm                       Paul Carter, introduction to the project
  • 2:15pm-3:30pm                       Presentations: Michele Lobo, Melinda Hinkson, Michael Davis
  • 3:30pm-4:30pm                       Round table – Conversation between Governance and Laminations work

Roundtable

Paul Carter, Melinda Hinkson, Michael Davis, Michael Christie, Michael Harrison, Elspeth Opperman, Michaela Spencer, Beau Austen,  Juli Cathcart, Trevor van Weeran, Allan Dale, Anne Stephens, Matthew Campbell, Ruth Wallace (some attendees tbc due to travel arrangements)

Purpose

This workshop is an opportunity for a conversation about links between the Ocean Connections/Laminations Project and the interests of the CDU Governance Group. Professor Paul Carter’s introduction will begin by drawing out some of the the implications for re-thinking the concept of the region. He will discuss the idea of a ‘creative region’ and its implications for new governance models that can also incorporate performative and other creative traditions of place-making. The workshop also provides the curtain-raiser to the October 15 Laminations event. Professor Carter’s talk is followed by a roundtable discussion (participants listed below) which focuses on the intersections of the works collected in Laminations and the work being done by the Governance Group. This is also an opportunity to showcase current and emerging creative research, and capacity-building oriented research and practice being carried out at Charles Darwin University.

To attend please register here