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ACUADS Awards 2017

Last year, the Executive introduced two new awards, an award for Innovative Research and an award for Innovative Teaching, as well as a $500 payment for each awardee. Through these new awards, ACUADS is now able to recognize and support…

ACUADS Conference keynote speaker: Anthea Callen

Anthea Callen will give the opening keynote address at the ACUADS Conference. Below is the abstract for her presentation, and a bio. Worth and Power: the cultural politics of ‘value’. What does ‘value’ actually mean? Aiming to provide a framework…

ACUADS Conference Closing Speaker: Scott Brook

We are excited to announce that Scott Brook will be delivering closing remarks at the ACUADS Conference in a couple of weeks. For more information on Scott, and the abstract for his presentation, please see below. Creative Vocations and Cultural Value…

ACUADS AGM 2017

This year’s Annual General Meeting will be held in conjunction with the 2017 ACUADS Conference: 1.00pm, Friday 29 September Lady Wilson Room, Sir Roland Wilson Building (Buiding 120), McCoy Circuit, ANU, Canberra All conference delegates are welcome to attend. ACUADS…

ACUADS Conference Keynote Speaker: T’ai Smith

ACUADS is thrilled that T’ai Smith will be Keynote Speaker for the 2017 ACUADS Conference: Value. The abstract for T’ai Smith’s presentation is below, and please follow the link to this fantastic video. We can’t wait for the 28th & 29th- hope to…

Design, What is it Good For?

Hosted by Swinburne University of Technology, The University of Newcastle and RMIT University, The ’Design, what is it good for?’ brief invites submissions from students enrolled in tertiary and secondary design courses and units to participate. It stimulates debate by…

CHASS Australia Prizes – Apply now!

The CHASS Australia Prizes are open for submission/nomination until 30 June 2017. The Australia Prizes honour distinguished achievements by Australians working, studying, or training in the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS) sectors, including academics, practitioners, philanthropists, policy makers, and…