The creative arts can play a crucial role in building understanding of complex social, environmental, economic, and cultural conditions. The Creative Lab aims to generate new knowledge, create value, lead innovation, and assist communities and organisations as they engage with the great challenges of our era. The Creative Lab looks to actively collaborate in transformational partnerships with other disciplines such as health, education, science and technology. As well as solving problems these collaborations can produce unique, high-quality and powerful outcomes.
The Creative Lab provides internationally significant leadership and innovation in the performing, creative and screen arts, focused around four significant research programs:
- Experimental Creative Practice
- Digital, Screen and Narrative
- Socially and Ecologically Engaged Practice
- Creative Learning and Creative Workforce
The Creative Lab Annual Report 2017 is available below.
Click the link below to see the 2016/2017 Annual Report