CREATEC collaborates with the community, government and industry to provide innovative research solutions and knowledge transfer that helps solve real-world problems. The centre is supported by both the School of Arts and Humanities and the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), and actively supports staff and postgraduate students in applying for research grants.
CREATEC also holds weekly research seminars and three-day writing intensive retreats to facilitate and enable our researchers to discuss, develop and increase their research outputs. The focus is collaborative research through seven themed research groups.
The current CREATEC Director is Professor Trevor Cullen.
CREATEC is currently involved in a wide range of text-based, archival and practice-led research within and across its research groups. Individuals and groups are undertaking this research, often in collaboration with other groups and partners in industry, community and government. CREATEC is actively seeking new opportunities and welcomes approaches by parties interested in developing new collaborations.
Our current research projects include;
Tuesday, 29 May 2018
Postgraduate candidate Li Guo, will present "Being Digitally Human: Co-Creation and Response to the Stories of Humans of New York." at the CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.
Event: Friday, 8 June
Wednesday, 23 May 2018
Dr Cathy Henkel will present at the next CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.
Event: Friday, 25 May
CREATEC continuously seeks to create new alliances with a wide range of industry, community and government groups. Past and present alliances have proven to be mutually beneficial and for the wider common good.
CREATEC currently holds alliances with the following enterprises:
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