Browsing 19 Studies in Creative Arts and Writing by Title

DSpace/Manakin Repository

Search OPUS


Advanced Search

Browse

My Account

Browsing 19 Studies in Creative Arts and Writing by Title

Sort by: Order: Results:

  • McKnight, DC (Routledge Journals, 2003-01)
    This paper outlines the high level of interest that News Corporation's Chief Executive Officer, Rupert Murdoch, has always had in politics. It details his trajectory on the political spectrum, arguing that while his position ...
  • Caines, C (2008-01)
    Background A Year on the Road was curated into the Sound Of Failure Festival to engage with the theme of the festival, the aesthetics of error, the glitch, the break in continuity. It did so by employing a algorithmically ...
  • Muecke, S (Routledge, 2001-01)
  • Titmarsh, M (Stonevilla Studio Gallery, 2015-02-10)
    1. Bespoke Painting (pink), 2011, acrylic on linen dress 2. Bespoke Painting (blue), 2011, acrylic on linen dress 3. Public Fitting, 2011, dvd, 18 mins
  • Titmarsh, M (Stonevilla Studio Gallery, )
    1. Bespoke Painting (pink), 2011, acrylic on linen dress 2. Bespoke Painting (blue), 2011, acrylic on linen dress 3. Public Fitting, 2011, dvd, 18 mins
  • Unknown author (James Cook University, 2002-01)
    This paper presents a detailed investigation of the conversations that a group of art teachers have about learning in art, teaching art and the system of art education. Using an arts-based methodology the teachers are ...
  • Bamford Anne (James Cook University, 2002)
    This paper presents a detailed investigation of the conversations that a group of art teachers have about learning in art, teaching art and the system of art education. Using an arts-based methodology the teachers have ...
  • Johnston, RR (CREA, 2002-01)
  • Ward, M; Leung, LT (Intellect Books, 2008-01)
  • Aroney, EE (Australian Broadasting Corporation, 2012-01)
    Research background This work continues the author's research in the field of radio studies and radio documentary. It explores radio's distinctive function as a medium which gives voice to socially marginalized groups - ...
  • BioWar 
    Morton, T (ABC, 2005-01)
    The program was produced for Background Briefing, ABC Radio Nationalâs flagship investigative journalism program. The programs listed below are each 54 minutes in duration and the product of 6-7 weeks of intensive research, ...
  • Birdsong 
    Laurence, J; Gibson, RJ (Object Gallery: Australian Centre for Craft and Design, )
    Invited by Object Gallery to create a site-specific installation for its unique space, artist Janet Laurence has collaborated with new media artist and writer Ross Gibson to present Birdsong. Stimulated by a past working ...
  • Davies, Alex; Jasper, Adam (UTS Gallery, 2011-05-31)
    The Black Box Sessions dispenses with the prop of the fourth wall, and literally places the performer and the viewer together into a single intimate and enclosed space. What happens there is experienced through CCTV, through ...
  • Bacon, W (The Sydney Morning Herald, 2006-01)
    Background Over eight months in 2000, Lani Brennan's then husband repeatedly raped, bashed and stabbed her. Finally, Brennan had the courage to provide sufficient evidence for NSW police to charge him. Nevertheless, it ...
  • Titmarsh, M (Mark Titmarsh, )
    In its third year, SUB12 is a major annual three-month exhibition program presenting newly commissioned work by twelve leading contemporary Australian artists
  • Ho, SS (Halstead Press, 2007-01)
    Blogging is a twenty-first century phenomenon that has heralded an age where ordinary people can make their voices heard in the public sphere of the Internet. This article explores blogging as a form of popular history ...
  • Adelaide, D (UTS ePress, 2013-01)
    This enquiry begins, as it so often does, with a word. Precisely, three words. On a particular day the sign in the butcher shop was clear but baffling while the tray beneath was empty. My Vietnamese is non-existent, and ...
  • Taylor, HE (MIT Press, 2010-01)
    This paper challenges the assumption that improvisation is a process unique to humans. Despite the general reluctance of biologists to consider bird-song "music," they routinely comment on improvisation found in the signals ...
  • Jakubowicz, AH; Meekosha, H (Routledge, 2002-01)
    Disability studies, with their direct challenge to theories of alterity, subaltern status and ideologies of domination, open up ways of examining cultural diversity that cannot otherwise be approached. This paper examines ...
  • Edmonds, EA; Fell, M (ACM Press, )
    ARTIST STATEMENT When we watch a film, we accept music as a natural part of the work. More generally, the sound track is recognised as a crucial element in the quality of the film in its total sense. However, at times the ...