Posts tagged with Research

  1. The trouble with teaching music in our schools

    Music students. Phil Roeder/Flickr

    When many schools have cupboards full of musical instruments, why are so few students learning to play? By Dr Alexander Crooke, Postdoctoral Fellow in Music Therapy …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/vcamcm-direct/2017/05/26/the-trouble-with-teaching-music-in-our-schools

  2. Luminous Streets: fieldwork at the VCA

    Masters students from the Victorian College of the Arts recently took part in a fieldwork intensive in the Bass Coast region of South Gippsland. Their aim? To explore how how …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/vcamcm-direct/2017/05/23/luminous-streets-fieldwork-at-the-vca

  3. Vanitas: an app to die for

    An app that lets audience members experience Melbourne General Cemetery like never before? Victorian College of the Arts Lecturer in Theatre Robert Walton explains more.  By Robert Walton, …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/vcamcm-direct/2017/05/19/vanitas-a-theatre-app-to-die-for

  4. Love … How was it for you?

      The ongoing Love: Art of Emotion 1400–1800 exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria was produced in collaboration with the ARC Centre of Excellence for the …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/vcamcm-direct/2017/05/18/love-how-was-it-for-you

  5. Art and science loom in the jellyfish bloom

    Sea-change (detail) by Penelope Davis made with silicon, nylon thread and plastic. Photo: Simon Strong/Artist supplied.

    The work of VCA Art alumna Penelope Davis blends art and science to form a commentary on the impact of climate change. By Kate Stanton, University …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/vcamcm-direct/2017/05/09/jellyfish-where-art-meets-science

  6. 9 X 5 NOW exhibition receives huge response by Australia’s leading artists

    Charles Green and Lyndell Grant's 9x5

    More than 300 contemporary visual artists have contributed original artworks for the upcoming 9×5 NOW exhibition at the Margaret Lawrence Gallery in June 2017.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/vcamcm-direct/2017/05/08/9x5-now-exhibition-receives-huge-response-by-australias-leading-artists

  7. Sex and ping pong: Sidney Nolan and the Gallery School

    The centenary of Sidney Nolan’s birth will be marked globally, but what can we learn from his time as a student at the National Gallery of …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/vcamcm-direct/2017/04/27/sex-and-ping-pong-sidney-nolan-and-the-gallery-school

  8. Generators video: Exploring Aboriginal identity in dance

    By Alix Bromley What does the word half-caste mean for people born of two cultures? What are its implications on individuals and communities? Mariaa Randall, a …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/vcamcm-direct/2017/04/21/generators-video-exploring-aboriginal-identity-in-dance

  9. Freedom Stories: what I’ve learned from filming Australia’s asylum seekers

    By Steve Thomas, Lecturer in Film and Television (Documentary) As an independent documentary maker, my journey through asylum seeker terrain began in 2002, when I was …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/vcamcm-direct/2017/04/21/freedom-stories-what-ive-learned-from-filming-australias-asylum-seekers

  10. Generators video: A graphic way to tell the story of tsunami

    By Alix Bromley Journalist and author John Bailey traveled with Melbourne-based children’s theatre company Polyglot to Minamisanriku in 2013, a small town in Japan’s Miyagi prefecture …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/vcamcm-direct/2017/04/05/screen-story

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