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Centre for Research in Entertainment, Arts, Technology, Education and Communications

The Centre for Research in Entertainment, Arts, Technology, Education and Communications (CREATEC) collaborates with community, government and industry to provide innovative research solutions and knowledge transfer that have beneficial impact and solve real-world problems. It is active in the areas of media, communications, technology and creative industries, humanities, social sciences and visual and material arts.

The Centre's focus is on collaborative research through the following themed research groups:

Contemporary Arts & Performance - (CAP)

  • Performance making
  • Embodiment and dance
  • Scenography
  • Stage Management
  • Writing and dramaturgy for performance
  • Performing arts' training

Contemporary Visual Arts Research - (CVAR)

  • Ontology of Becoming
  • Identity and Hybridity
  • Cultural explorations of landscape and place
  • Phenomenology and the body
  • Art and ecology
  • The impact of digital culture

Design and Interaction (DAI)

  • Visual literacy
  • Human computer interaction
  • Game culture
  • Smart communities
  • e-Learning
  • Graphic design
  • Service design

International Centre for Landscape and Language (ICLL)

  • Landscape
  • Space
  • Time
  • Interdisciplinary approach

Media, Culture and Society (MCS)

  • Communication and cultural studies
  • Critical cultural analysis
  • Media studies
  • Journalism

Music Research Group (MRG)

  • Composition
  • Experimental music performance
  • Early music
  • Music archiving
  • West Australian music
  • Practice led research
  • Musicology

Space, Place, Body and Technology (SPBAT)

  • Film, video and photography
  • Environmental sustainability
  • Body culture and health communication
  • Cultural history and critical theory of communication technologies

Time,Text and People (TTP)

  • History and literature
  • Language, linguistics, language teaching / learning, translation
  • Politics, government and policy
  • Culture and society
  • Writing, communication and public relations

Contact

Dr Debbie Rodan
Telephone: (61 8) 9370 6415
Email: d.rodan@ecu.edu.au

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