DDCA

Deans and Directors of Creative Arts

Past Events

Location: Victorian College of the Arts, University of MelbourneDate: 30 October 2019 This year DDCA’s event focused on its leadership interests, inviting leaders in tertiary arts from across its membership in Australia to join for a day of discussion and debate on the topics of graduate employability and research measurement

Professor Clive Barstow Clive Barstow is Executive Dean of Arts & Humanities at Edith Cowan University, Honorary Professor of Art at the University of Shanghai Science & Technology, China and global faculty member of Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey USA. Clive is a practicing artist and writer. His exhibition profile includes

Beyond Research: Creative arts in the impact, engagement and innovation agenda Location: Victorian College of the Arts, University of MelbourneDate: 22 September 2017. Download Conference Program DDCA’s 2017 conference focused on the theme ‘Beyond Research: Creative Arts in the Impact, Engagement and Innovative Agenda’. As the title suggests the discussion focused

Students in Creative Arts Research (DDCA and University of Newcastle) This DDCA and University of Newcastle event focused students in creative arts research, exploring models for the creative thesis and showcasing the research of creative arts students across the country.  About The Symposium Location: University of Newcastle, Newcastle NSW  Dates: 7 –

About The Conference Location: Flinders University, Adelaide. Dates:  23 September 2015. Download Conference Program. DDCA’s 2015 conference included discussion on cultural values; on disciplinary innovation in music at three universities; and strategic directions to improve creative arts connections with research peer review, HERDC performance; the teaching-research and graduate destination data collection.  As part of the

The Outstanding Field: Artistic Research Emerging from the Academy The Outstanding Field: Artistic Research Emerging from the Academy was the first symposium of its kind to foreground practice-led research and showcase some of the most outstanding practice-led PhD projects to have emerged out of Creative Arts programs in Australia and

About The Conference Location: The Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, Melbourne.  Dates:  1 October 2014. DDCA’s inaugural conference brought together national and international perspectives on learning, teaching and research to consider the question ‘Where are we now and what lies ahead for the creative arts in higher education in Australia?’