2008 Arts Workshop
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2008 The Arts, and the Innovation Agenda Workshop
Monday 31 March 2008, Sydney
About the workshop
The new Government has been rolling out an exciting new agenda on innovation, the arts and the university sector. What implications does this have for people working in practice, in research and education, or in the cultural institutions? Could this mean a new influence, or new money?
On March 31, CHASS ran a one-day workshop n the Richard Wherrett Studio, at the Sydney Theatre at Walsh Bay to discuss how the Arts sector can respond to the new Government's innovation agenda.
- View presentations
- Media coverage
- Download the Workshop handbook [PDF 315 kB]
- Download the Haseman Paper [PDF 2.3 Mb]
Workshop sessions included:
- The new Government has promised $17million for the new Creative Industries Innovation Centre. How will it be spent? See media release on the issue.
- The National Innovation System Review: How can the Arts contribute? What's in it for us?
- Brad Hasemen summarises recent reports and reviews in cultural policy. What can we learn from the past 15 years?
- Helen O'Neil in conversation with Dr John H Howard on his second research paper, Toward a Broader Concept of Innovation.
- Julie Dyson: the ArtsPeak Perspective
- Su Baker, ACUADS: how can university research and education contribute to innovation?