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Creative Research and Collaboration Conference in New Zealand

SPARK 05 - Wintec, Hamilton, New Zealand Saturday 27th August 2005 10am-5pm ┼ĺCreative Research & Collaboration┬╣ is a one-day forum that will explore key issues relating to creative practice as research and creative collaborations by practitioners from across the sector. Featuring two keynote presentations by Professor Paul Carter, University of Melbourne, and Professor Sally J Morgan, Massey University, followed by two panel discussions chaired by Tim Walker and Rob Garrett, the forum will encourage debate, discussion and understanding relating to creative research, research methodologies, collaborative practices, and the impact of the PBRF on the creative sector. The forum will be useful to all creative practitioners working in the sector including artists, academics, creative practitioners, policy makers, curators and administrators. www.spark.mediarts.net.nz

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