Transcript for Collaboratory episode, “Collaboratory Season Break Notice”
On this page you will find learning resources, tools, research and examples of co-creativity in action. We are still building our resources, so watch this space overtime. Browse posts below or search by topic or form.
“Greetings, and welcome to the All-Life Rehabilitation Centre. I am MICA, the Massively Intelligent Calculating Automaton in charge of operations. I look forward to learning from you.”
As part of the 2019 CoDesign Culture Lab, players were invited to take part in workshop running to playtest the development of the ‘Logic Error Detected’ role play game, developed by Canberra based Game Master Callie Doyle Scott.
A guest blog post by Kim Cunio on co-creation through music and music education.
Transcript for Collaboratory episode, “Music, Co-Creativity and Cultures: A Conversation with Kim Cunio”
Distanced Familiarity: Positionality in Feminist Co-Creative Research – Guest Blog by Kaira Zoe Cañete
A guest blog post by Kaira Zoe Cañete on navigating positionality in feminist co-creative research.
A guest blog post by Emma Blomkamp on navigating power dynamics in co-creative work.
Transcript for Collaboratory episode, “Navigating Positionality and Power”
Free Prior Informed Consent & Iterative consent – What do they mean and why are they so important to co-creation?
The Collaboratory Conversation Series episode Community Engagement and Informed Consent – A Conversation with Azure Hermes talked about a couple of concepts that are really important ethical underpinnings to co-creative processes that work across differentials of power – the principles of Free, Prior & Informed Consent (FPIC) and Iterative Consent. In this article we dive a bit deeper into these concepts and how the National Centre for Indigenous Genomics (NCIG) have communicated and engaged with First Nations community members to achieve these principles in practice.
Transcript for Collaboratory episode, “Community Engagement & Consent – A Conversation with Azure Hermes”
A guest blog post by Johanna De Ruyter on collaborative skills for improvisation in theatre and program versus mood.
In this second part of our blog series on the CASS Collaborative Cultures Project we share recent participatory research undertaken with staff at the Australian National University’s (ANU) College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) investigating the institutional, project and individual enablers and challenges of collaborative practice in a university context. We outline our process and findings to date and share our plans for next steps in action research and culture change to enhance collaborative cultures at the ANU.