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Exploring 3D printing pozibilities

Successful crowd funding for project to explore 3D printing in primary schools.

HuNI pot of cultural data launched

A new platform will provide a hive of activity for humanities and creative arts researchers.

Deakin salutes research luminaries

Six researchers have received Deakin's highest honour - Alfred Deakin Professorships.

Unexpected angles from UK thinkers

Two UK visiting professors bring new perspectives to the Centre for Memory, Imagination and Invention.

Audience Experience Research

an image of Prof Deb Verhoeven

(led by Prof Deb Verhoeven)

Deakin University is a leading centre for research into the preferences and behaviours of contemporary cultural audiences. This research has influenced the policies and decisions of cultural producers, funding agencies and governments. To date this work has generated successful ARC Discovery grants, industry grants and consultancies from state and local governments and non-government organisations and a significant publications profile.

Researchers at Deakin associated with this enquiry span a wide number of fields of research cultural theory, cultural economics, arts administration, and specific domain studies.

Current members of this research effort include:

Between them the researchers have established a productive cross-disciplinary group that can draw on a range of discipline-based knowledge and methodologies to tackle the complex and hybrid nature of contemporary audiences and cultural engagements.

Deakin University acknowledges the traditional land owners of present campus sites.

27th February 2015