What can help to make or break a co-creative process? How can individuals and organisations enhance what works and minimise what doesn’t in practice? Listen to this episode of Collaboratory as our guests share the learnings they’ve gathered over the years about what can help enable co-creation to happen, as well as what can create barriers to its success.
Welcome to Collaboratory!
We’re thrilled to welcome you to the first season of Collaboratory, a podcast that will explore what creating things together can look like in practice, and how we can put things in place to help us do it well, and enjoy the process along the way.
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Welcome to Collaboratory, a podcast exploring co-creativity in action. In each episode we focus on stories and dynamics of co-creative practice we think need talking about. Collaboratory launches September 7, 2022.
Meet some of the team behind Collaboratory
In addition to Maya Haviland and Nicole Deen there are other important people who are help us make the podcast happen. Please meet Nick and Nicky, both of whom are currently working hard to get the first...
Trade Routes Research Translation Workshop 2022 – videos of presentations
On May 4th and 5th 2022 the Centre for Heritage and Museum Studies and the Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Culture Centre hosted a Research Translation Workshop Program as part of the Following the Trade Routes project. The workshop was convened to support one of the guiding questions of the Trade Routes project – How can knowledge of historic and regional trade routes inform cultural practices for a new generation of Indigenous leaders and knowledge custodians in Australia?
The live workshop was by invitation only, but we are now pleased to share videos of selected presentations to a broader public audience
Women’s curatorial trip to South Australia Museum – Following the Trade Routes Project
As part of building collaborations to shape the public storytelling of the Following the Trade Routes project the South Australia Museum played host to an exchange between Kimberley, Ngarrindjeri and Kaurna...
Photographs as a collaborative research tool: PhotoKwento and other photo methods
In the episode 'Co-created Research: A Conversation with Kaira Zoe Cañete', Kaira takes us on a deep dive of how she used a photo-based methodology she calls “PhotoKwento” when conducting her PhD research in...
Translation as Co-Creative Work: Seven Sisters Songline Project and the Kungkarangkalpa Inma performance in Canberra
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website may contain images, voices and names of deceased persons. In the interview we did with Dr Diana James as part of recording for...
Following the Trade Routes Research Translation Workshop – May 4&5th 2022
7 Venues, more than 50 First Nations cultural practitioners, over 20 researchers, 2 days and one big zoom meeting. Over May 4th & 5th the ANU Centre for Heritage and Museum Studies hosted a unique...