Creation to Consumption: Artist to Audience
The Creation to Consumption: Artist to Audience cluster within the Public Memory Research Cluster (Faculty of Arts) generates assessable practice-led, non-traditional research outputs; applied research with linkages to both industry and communities; pure research work involving historical and theoretical critique; and performance analysis, audience research, and consumer studies.
This research cluster is oriented toward facilitating research in a creative arts context while also forging interdisciplinary links with research in traditional liberal arts disciplines. The cluster also provides a focus for ensuring all non-traditional creative arts research is compiled, confirmed as assessable, nominated for peer review, and recorded in the University’s digital repository.
Drs Rebecca Scollen, Laurie Johnson, Darryl Chalk, Associate Professor Janet McDonald and Mr Scott Alderdice.
This cluster is project driven. New projects and new Creation to Consumption researchers/members are welcome. Direct enquiries to email@example.com
Shakespeare Audiences: then and now
How do we know the arts are good for us?