Students as partners in curriculum reform

Since the Dawkins Reforms, the role of higher education has expanded from focusing on knowledge generation and dissemination to preparing graduates for life beyond the institution. The need for creative arts education to meet graduate employment requirements and service industry expectations thus informs the courses and industry-situated opportunities our programs include and our pedagogical approaches to developing graduates who are industry-ready.

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Seeing around corners: Practice-led rituals of regional artists in academia

Seeing around corners: Practice-led rituals of regional artists in academia

As a Polish-born Australian artist, I draw on symbolically-charged narratives, such as fairy tales and folklore, to highlight the power of sub textual stories in subverting grand narratives of art history … My use of personal mythologies in critiquing established art narrative tropes have been further honed and ritualised through working at a regional university.

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