Networked Lives, Digital Cultures and the Future of Creative Production: Comparing EU-Australian Perspectives

27 October 2017

Location

Murray House
Magill Campus

Date Friday October 27, 2017
Time 9.00am - 6.00pm
Venue Murray House
Magill Campus
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About

The Networked Lives, Digital Cultures and the Future of Creative Production: Comparing EU-Australian Perspectives Conference explores the current state of play in cutting-edge research into the cultural and creative industries, as well as the key challenges and opportunities facing culture and creative production in both the EU and Australia. Using this important intersection to guide dialogue, conference participants will discuss their own research perspective, methods and current/emerging projects. Connections between the Australian research context and international research opportunities will also be outlined, particularly with reference to funding opportunities provided by the European Union through the Jean Monnet Grants Program.

The event will feature keynote addresses on current European thinking on the creative industries and economies by Dr Kylie Jarrett of Maynooth University, Ireland, and Associate Professor Ivana Pais of Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan, Italy.

KEYNOTES

International Contexts – Current European Thinking & Critiquing

Dr Kylie Jarrett, Maynooth University, Ireland – “New Materialisms and Creative Industries”

Associate Professor Ivana Pais, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan, Italy – “Sharing vs gig economy: Towards new forms of integration between economy and society?”

Program

The program will be avaiable closer to the event.

* Please note that participation at this event is by invitation only.

Contact

Chris Bartlett | Events and Project Officer
T: + 61 8 8302 7688
E: chris.bartlett@unisa.edu.au

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