How can research enrich arts practices in local communities?
This half day forum was presented by Cultural Development Network, RMIT’s Globalism Institute and VicHealth. It focussed on lessons learnt about relationships between research and practice in the broad field of community arts and the challenges involved in making this relationship really work. This event was attended by a group of 40 community-based arts, artists and artsworkers, local government workers and those from health, welfare and community organisations interested in the relationships between research and their work.
- Event report
- ‘Stepping Out of the Shadows of Neglect: towards an understanding of socially applied community art in Australia‘, Martin Mulligan and Pia Smith, Globalism Institute, RMIT University Int’l Journal of the Arts in Society, Vol 1, 2006
- Towards more meaningful and useful evaluation processes (Flash) by Martin Mulligan