PROJECTS

Working the Field: Creative Graduates in Australia and China (DP150101477)

The research seeks to understand how graduates of creative arts programs in Australia and China build creative vocations, investigating the motivations for, and rewards of, unpaid cultural work in Melbourne and Shanghai. The research will help us understand creative career trajectories in the first ten years out of college, and how curriculum development might respond. (with University of Canberra)

Urban cultural policy and the changing dynamics of cultural production (DP170104255)

This research looks at the changing dynamics of the cultural economy, particularly the emergent relationships with a complex urban manufacturing sector. This project aims to identify new directions for urban cultural policy by conducting international comparative research around the emerging nexus between the cultural industries and manufacturing. The results will yield essential new insights into urban industry dynamics and fundamentally transform how we conceptualise urban cultural policy in Australia. Cases include Inner North Melbourne; Marrickville, Sydney; Brisbane; Los Angeles; New York; Berlin; and Shenzhen. (with QUT and University of Wollongong). 

‘The Mobile Media Moment: Investigating the Pivotal Role of Sport in Mobile Media Content, Markets and Technologies’.

Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowship: Professor Brett Hutchins

Near Real-Time Passenger Counting, Mobile Media, and Movement In and Around Public Transport Railway Systems

Faculty of Arts-Engineering Interdisciplinary Research Seed Funding Scheme. Co-Investigators Brett Hutchins, Meead Saberi and Selby Coxon.

Fringe to Famous: Contemporary Australian Culture as an Innovation System (ARC Discovery)

Lead Chief Investigator Associate Professor Tony Moore. Collaborating CIs are Associate Professor Mark Gibson, from the School of Media, Film and Journalism, and Dr Chris McAuliffe, an adjunct with the Australian Centre at the University of Melbourne and former director of the Potter Museum.

Interrogating the music city: Cultural economy and popular music in Melbourne, Australia (ARC Discovery)

Dr John Tebbutt and A/Prof Shane Homan.

 
 
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