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A new declaration by Pacific leaders on maritime zone preservation helps, but must also allow for cultural dialogue.
If you are among the more than 14 million Australians currently in lockdown, you may find yourself routinely checking the latest streaming releases, or perhaps watching reruns of your favourite 90s sitcom to escape the stresses of pandemic life.
The recipients will be hosted by three leading cultural organisations across China, Australia and Canada and will each be awarded AUD $10,000 to support intercultural and cross-border research and development during the residency period in late 2021.
For the arts, we know that COVID-19 is terrifically harmful – with the ability of people to gather being central to so much of the making, distribution and engagement of arts experiences, and of course commercial opportunities.
Creative practitioners are increasingly working and applying creative skills in non-creative sectors. Creativity is also key to the kinds of interdisciplinary approaches that will be required for future work environments. Together, these trends point to potential alternative career pathways for creative practitioners, and the need to prepare creative graduates for future interdisciplinary work.
Creativity at Work demonstrates how interdisciplinary learning in community and industry settings can deliver benefits for both students and industry.