great to see NITRO going from strength to strength. There has been much discussion of its articles at ACUADS this year, it really is invaluable work.
— Professor Kit Wise, Head of Tasmanian College of the Arts, University of Tasmania
Congratulations on the first year of NiTRO and the range of issues covered. It has certainly filled an important gap in our field
— Professor Brad Buckley, Professor of Contemporary Art and Culture. Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney
very informative and I actually referenced one of the articles in an article I have been writing. Very timely indeed!!- I think NiTRO is such a wonderful contribution to this conversation
— Associate Professor Margaret Baguley, University of Southern Queensland
Nice collection you have there!
— Dr Peter Knight, Artistic Director, Australian Art Orchestra
very good, and informative! I subscribed to the mailing list and forwarded it in my local network
— Professor Henk Borgdorff. President of the Society for Artistic Research, University of the Arts The Hague, Royal Conservatoire and Academy of Creative and Performing Arts, Leiden University
a very powerful lineup of people and ideas
— Professor Malcolm Gillies AM., Australian National University and former Vice Chancellor, City University and Leeds Metropolitan University
Congratulations indeed on NITRO. I enjoyed reading the DDCA newsletter – and the many familiar names in this impressive list of contributors.
— Professor Glyn Davis AC., Vice Chancellor and President, University of Melbourne
Great issue! We’ve been using NiTRO with postgraduate students to inform them of contemporary issues in the field, which has been important to their growth and future contribution to the disciplines. It really assists them in feeling part of a networked, larger picture of culture in this country, and how to advocate for its visibility and viability.
— Prof Marie Sierra, Deputy Dean and Head of School, UNSW Australia | Art & Design
NiTRO looks terrific!
— Professor Richard Maltby, Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor, School of Humanities and Creative Arts, Flinders University
Congrats on NiTRO! Although I continue to watch developments in Australia across the Creative Arts from the fringes as best I can, it was good to take a look at NiTRO to freshen up on some of the issues and pick up on some of the energy. I've been reading along and can see why it is picking up momentum. I was doing a bit of work in Singapore a month ago and seeing a lot of common cultural commentary but also some intriguing moves around some of the national debates around technology, research in seeing cracks where the light of the arts seep in. So your move to nudge and connect does have good echoes afar.
— Graeme Sullivan, Director, Penn State School of Visual Arts