Monash University Research Fellow Dr Matthew Laing, currently in the United States, has summarised his views … Continue reading Challenges facing Trump
14 December, 3-7pm.
2016 has marked the beginning of a collaboration between the MSO and Monash University with the introduction of the Pizzicato Effect Prize for Composition.
For people with severe mental health problems, it’s hard enough just to get through some day, … Continue reading Monash mental health research contributes to major Victorian parliamentary report
Would you employ a dog if you thought it was suited to the job? Imagine … Continue reading A matter of inclusion: Dr Matthew Piscioneri receives award for teaching innovation
The Australian-German production, Vom Anderen Ende (From the Other End) is a Berlin-based concert series that features the State Youth Ensemble for New Music Berlin performing new works by both established and emerging composers.
After finishing his undergraduate degree in Visual Culture (at Monash) Liam Crowe wanted to keep following his passion for Art History, and this lead him to the Monash Master of Cultural Economy (now the Master of Cultural and Creative Industries).
Symposium: “Creative Workspaces – State of the Art” DATE: Wednesday 26th October TIME: 12:00 – 5:00 pm LOCATION: … Continue reading What are creative spaces for? Symposium to explore state of the art
Last month Monash hosted an interdisciplinary conference “the Monash International Conference and Cultural Event (ICCE) of Aceh 2016” (26-28 September) and a series of Aceh-related events at the Caulfield and Clayton campuses.
Monash Academic, Professor Justin O’Connor, recently returned from Monash’s Prato Campus where he led a meeting of … Continue reading Monash brings together cultural and creative industries Masters programs in Prato
Monash Academic, Professor Justin O’Connor will be giving a speech at the upcoming Adelaide Festival … Continue reading Sleepwalking to the future: why Australia needs a cultural policy
Monash Arts ethnomusicologist Professor Margaret Kartomi has received the 2016 Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture’s prestigious … Continue reading Margaret Kartomi receives major award in Indonesia
Before undertaking a Master of Cultural Economy (Now Master of Cultural and Creative Industries), Danqi Hu had worked for 6 years in the advertising industry in her home city of Shanghai.
Declan Martin is currently finishing his Monash Master of Cultural Economy (now the Master Creative and Cultural Industries). He took time out from writing up his second year Research Project on Melbourne’s local music networks to talk about his experiences in the Master’s course.
by Colleen Lewis MPs and senators, 226 in all, will soon commence proceedings in Australia’s newly … Continue reading Why are professional development standards for new and returning federal MPs so inadequate?
Monash Art’s Associate Professor Paul Strangio will be giving a lecture in Canberra this week as … Continue reading Paul Strangio at the Australian Senate Occasional Lecture Series
The 2016 Faculty of Arts Postgraduate Publication Prize has been awarded to Dr Ben Rich and Ms. Dara Conduit from the Social and Political Science HDR program.
Monash Arts PhD candidate, Maria Tanyag, examines the Mindanao peace process in the Philippines in this article for the Australian Institute of International Affairs.
Monash University’s School of Media, Film and Journalism has recently celebrated the launch of two exciting new titles in film and screen studies: Dr Janice Loreck’s Violent Women in Contemporary Cinema and Dr Whitney Monaghan’s Queer Girls, Temporality and Screen Media: Not ‘Just a Phase’.
There was a real creative buzz in the room at today’s ‘Delineator’ session at Monash … Continue reading Bright ideas at the Arts Delineator: encouraging start-ups and entrepreneurship
The Zika virus has been a concern for 2016 Olympics in Rio, Professor Michael Selgelid considers the complex ethical issues such viruses present.
Is there a formula for making a ‘Music City’ like Melbourne? And if there were a formula, could you export it and create a new one, and how authentic would it be? Monash researcher Shane Homan and his team are looking at these questions and more.
In 2015 Monash Arts/Law alumnus, Stephanie Sprott, did an internship at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former … Continue reading History in practice: Monash Arts graduate interned with International Criminal Tribunal