Asian-Australian creative practice and intercultural communication is proudly presented by the Socially and Ecologically Engaged Practice research program of the QUT Creative Lab on Friday 31 August, in Room Z9-607, Level 6, Building Z9, Kelvin Grove QUT, from 10.00am – 2.00pm.
Attendance is free but registration at the Eventbrite site is essential.
Discussion will focus on on a number of interesting topics, including Juna’s Groove and Emi’s Beat: Women and Rock in Modern Japan (Dr Barnaby Ralph); We Are Bad Company: Friendship as methodology in creative collaboration (Dr Jeremy Neideck); The Art of Intercultural Collaboration and Translation: Writing and Exhibiting Chinese Art in Local and Global Contexts (Dr Sophie McIntyre), and other fascinating topics as well.
Full program details are available on the Creative Lab website. All welcome.