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Current Research Program

The History of Comedy

A 3-year research project investigating and documenting the history of comedy in Melbourne from the 1960's to the 1980's

Contact - Judy Morton - T: 8683 3208

 National Arts and Culture Accord: Digital Technologies

A study that aims to increase online access to the nation's cultural collections and identify successful models of digital innovation

Contact - Christopher McDermott - T: 8683 3202

Coranderrk, Minutes of Evidence

Nov 2011 - Nov 2014
Verbatim-theatre performances and research surrounding Coranderrk, the Minutes of Evidence Project aims to promote effective public engagement with Australia's history and its legacy, sparking new conversations about structural justice within, and between, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people

Visit the Minutes of Evidence website for more information

Agile Government and the Arts

An evaluation of Cross-Government Partnership Brokerage Model for supporting creative communities at renewal sites

Contact - Sue Doyle - T: 8683 3205

Economic Impact Assessment of the Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre

An assessment of the contribution of the Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre, both economically and culturally to the Rural City of Wangaratta

Contact - Sue Doyle - T: 8683 3205

Multiculturalism and Governance

May 2011 - April 2016
A 5-year ARC Linkage Project with Melbourne University developing a new framework for evaluative government arts and cultural policies at the local, state and national level, and their impact on CALD communities and the promotion of cultural diversity

Contact - Judy Morton - T: 8683 3208

Visit the Melbourne University website for more information

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