iDARE Conference 2016
iDARE 2016: Creative Arts Research and the Ethics of Innovation
Conference Dates: Tuesday 27th – Wednesday 28th September, 2016
Venue: University of Melbourne, VCA, Southbank Campus
Conference Keynotes: Professor Jane Rendell, UCL, Associate Dean Richard Franklin, University of Melbourne, Professor Steve Loo, UTAS and Oron Catts, SymbioticA.
University of Melbourne is hosting the iDARE conference— a working forum on Innovation in Design and Art Research Ethics. We ask you to contribute to, showcase and test innovative approaches to developing ethical know-how in practice or participate in the conversation. This conference aims to engender and generate robust conversation and debate around the relationship between ethics and creative practice research.
Submissions to the conference may address one or a number of the following prompts:
- Critical theory responses to institutional ethics and creative practice research
- Overviews and critical reporting of creative research practices and ethical processes
- Ethics and creative research practice methodologies
- Ethics and creative practice partnerships, with individuals, with communities, with institutions
- Ethical pedagogies, models and examples
- Agency and identity of creative practice researchers in relation to ethics
- Ethics and governance of research in the creative practices
- Ethical actions: the participatory audience as collaborators
Abstracts All sessions have been independently peer reviewed.
iDARE Conference Date: 27th – 28th September, 2016
Tuesday 27 September: 9am for 9.30am- 6pm | Macgeorge keynote by Professor Jane Rendell 6pm for 6.30pm-7.30pm | Wednesday 28 September: 9am for 9.30am- 3.45pm.
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Professor Jane Rendell’s keynote is generously supported by the Macgeorge Bequest.
The iDARE 2016 Conference is supported by the Faculty of VCA and MCM, University of Melbourne.
This conference is part of an OLT Funded Project, Developing new approaches to ethics and research integrity training through challenges posed by Creative Practice Research.