Date & Time
Fri 8 Sep 2023, 5:00pm – 6:00pm
Block F Level 2 #F201, LASALLE’s McNally Campus
Starting with a keynote address from Dr Soultari Amin Farid, President, DIAN Dancers, and Founding Member of Arki-Gen, a collective promoting Southeast Asian performing arts, the seminar will delve into challenges and opportunities for creative artistic practices as a platform for academic research. It will feature several research/educational projects inspired and enabled by creative praxis as the main methodological tool and approach.
Dr Stephanie Burridge
Choreographer and writer
'Being' and 'Doing': Sustainability of practice into research
Moving Earth, Crossing Water, Restless Topographies
Nature as a stakeholder in participatory research
This event is part of the seminar series ‘Glocal’ Agenda in the Arts Management Research: Interrogating, Redefining and Challenging Traditional Research Canons.
About ‘Glocal’ Agenda in Arts Management Research: Interrogating, Redefining and Challenging Traditional Research Canons
The seminar series consists of six events which aim to explore urgent issues and topics, novel approaches and emerging methodologies which are currently shaping academic research on arts management as a highly interdisciplinary endeavour.
The series brings together key arts policymakers, researchers, practitioners, artists and arts managers in Singapore to feature and celebrate completed and ongoing research projects. These projects redefine local and regional arts management practices, while questioning research traditions through experimentation, innovation and critical discussion, demystifying long-standing stereotypes and fighting existing biases.
Other seminars in the series:
- National Arts Council research priorities: Addressing shifts in the economic, social and technological landscape
- Book launch for The Future of Heritage: Celebrating BA (Hons) Arts Management research achievements
- Playing with novel technologies: Methodological experimentations
- Researching subjects vs exploring objects: Decolonising arts management research
- National Heritage Board research: Documenting and preserving Singapore heritage