Thank you for listening to and engaging with the Collaboratory podcast. We wanted to let you know that we will be taking a break to do some back-end production work and will be back with new episodes from April 2023. In the meantime, check out episodes that you may have missed, and please provide us with your feedback.
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Catch up on past episodes of Collaboratory:
- Laying the Foundations for Co-Creation
- What is the Co?
- Intellectual Property and Agreement: A Conversation with Dr Diana James
- Building Trusting Relationships
- A Conversation with Jenni Savigny and Stephen Corey: Digital Storytelling
- Symbiosis as Co-Creativity
- Co-Created Research: A Conversation with Kaira Zoe Cañete
- Skills for Co-Creative Relationships
- Community Engagement and Consent: A Conversation with Azure Hermes
- Navigating Positionality and Power
- Music, Co-Creativity and Cultures: A Conversation with Kim Cunio
Check out blog posts written by the hosts and guests of Collaboratory here.
Get in touch
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Collaboratory is written, edited and produced by Maya Haviland with production and editorial assistance from Nicole Deen. Audio engineering by Nick McCorriston. Music made especially for us by Seprock. Additional research and production support by Yichen Li.
Collaboratory is produced on the lands of the Ngunnawal, Ngunawal and Ngambri people. We pay our respects, an ongoing gratitude to the custodian’s past present and future of the lands on which we work and of the knowledges from which we learn.
Collaboratory is a production of the Scaffolding Cultural Co-creativity Project hosted by the Centre for Heritage and Museum Studies in the College of Arts and Social Sciences at the Australian National University funding is generously provided by the Australian National University Translational Fellowship Scheme.