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Fabricating Humanities Futures: a case for innovative partnerships in the regions

Summary

This talk explores the value of creative connections and partnerships across the cultural sector.

Start Date

9th May 2018 6:00pm

End Date

9th May 2018 7:30pm

Venue

School of Architecture & Design, Inveresk campus

RSVP / Contact Information

E. Robyn.Greaves@utas.edu.au; T. 0421 286 071

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A public lecture by Professor Angelina Russo, Co-Director Fabricate Studio, RMIT University.

The 2014 Innovation Study: Challenges and Opportunities for Australia’s Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums provided four key recommendations for future practices in our cultural institutions. 

In this talk we use these recommendations as a springboard into future partnerships in the humanities. In particular, we explore the value of creative connections and partnerships across the cultural sector when it comes to non-traditional participatory sites such as hospitals and factories. Importantly, we investigate the breadth and depth of opportunity latent in our diverse regions. This talk will be of interest to those community members wishing to discover new ways of partnering for innovation.