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Creative Industries at QUT
Workforce
Creative
Capital
Research
ICI
CCI
Enterprise
CEA
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The Creative Industries Idea
• Developed in the UK in the 90s ...
Dept. of Culture, Media & Sport (Blair
G...
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Creative Industry Sectors
• Architecture, Design and Visual
Arts
• Music and Performing Arts
• Film, Radio...
CRICOSNo.00213J
The Creative Industries Idea
• “Creative Industries” key drivers of the
creative (“knowledge”) economy
• p...
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Why Creativity?
• Historically “creativity” had marginal status.
• Gifted few. Arts and artists.
• Special...
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Why Creativity?
• Mainstream businesses ... creative skills
• Business strategy, legal, technological
• in...
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Creative Teaching / Creative Workforce
• Educating for a Creative Workforce
• debate on “teaching creativi...
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First and second generation creativity concepts
First generation creativity concepts
„Soft‟, serendipitous...
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Creative Teaching / Creative Workforce
• QUT approaches include:
– interdisciplinarity (“border-crossing”)...
CRICOSNo.00213J
Creative Industries at QUT
Workforce
Creative
Capital
Research
ICI
CCI
Enterprise
CEA
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C.I. Faculty at QUT
The Creative Industries at QUT is an engaged community of world-
leading teachers, res...
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Location
• Kelvin Grove hilltop campus
• Two kilometres from city centre
• Near QUT International College
...
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Creative Industries Faculty
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Creative Industries Courses
What‟s distinctive about CI Courses?
• A balance of theory and practice
• Staf...
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Areas of Study
Approximately 4500 students
Acting & Technical
Production
Animation Creative Writing Dance
...
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Creative Industries Facilities
• Fashion, dance and art studios
• CAD lab
• Drawing and animation studios
...
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Creative Industries
Undergraduate Programs
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Creative Industries
• Bachelor of Creative Industries (BCI)
• Bachelor of Fine Art (Study Area) (BFA)
• Ba...
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Creative Industries
Postgraduate Programs
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Creative Industries
Research
• PhD
• Master of Arts (Research)
• Honours
Coursework – entrepreneurial focu...
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Creative Industries
www.nowalls.qut.edu.au
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Creative Industries
www.nowalls.qut.edu.au
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Creative Industries
• Creative Industries at QUT ranked No.1 in
Australia for ARC research income
• 90% of...
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Creative Industries at QUT
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Fórum a economia criativa e a educação – 12 11-2010 – apresentação de paul makeham

  1. 1. CRICOSNo.00213J Creative Industries at QUT Workforce Creative Capital Research ICI CCI Enterprise CEA
  2. 2. CRICOSNo.00213J The Creative Industries Idea • Developed in the UK in the 90s ... Dept. of Culture, Media & Sport (Blair Govt). • Activities which have their origin in individual creativity, skill and talent, and which have the potential for wealth and job creation through the generation and exploitation of intellectual property. (DCMS, 1998).
  3. 3. CRICOSNo.00213J Creative Industry Sectors • Architecture, Design and Visual Arts • Music and Performing Arts • Film, Radio and Television • Writing and Publishing • Advertising and Marketing • Creative Software Applications
  4. 4. CRICOSNo.00213J The Creative Industries Idea • “Creative Industries” key drivers of the creative (“knowledge”) economy • production and distribution of digital content • user-created content, and consumer productivity – “pro-sumer” • UK & Australia -10% of the economy - two million jobs • $3 trillion globally ... $6 trillion by 2020
  5. 5. CRICOSNo.00213J Why Creativity? • Historically “creativity” had marginal status. • Gifted few. Arts and artists. • Special, non-essential. • Now, critical to economy; development and sustainability of industry. • Project-based, freelance careers. • Employment rates and salaries match more traditional areas.
  6. 6. CRICOSNo.00213J Why Creativity? • Mainstream businesses ... creative skills • Business strategy, legal, technological • innovation framework and creative content adding value e.g. manufacturing and mining; service industries e.g. health, government, business • innovation-led, knowledge-intensive, exportable. • non-standard strategies for investment; export performance; IP systems; technological and social change.
  7. 7. CRICOSNo.00213J Creative Teaching / Creative Workforce • Educating for a Creative Workforce • debate on “teaching creativity” • difficult to show creativity as generalisable • pedagogical practices and learning ecologies directed towards creative capacity building • “creativity is amenable to being systematically observed over time” (McWilliam, Dawson, Tan, 2005).
  8. 8. CRICOSNo.00213J First and second generation creativity concepts First generation creativity concepts „Soft‟, serendipitous, non-economic Singularised Spontaneous / arising from the inner self Outside the box or any other metric Arts-based Natural or innate Not amenable to teaching Not amenable to assessment Second generation creativity concepts „Hard‟ and an economic driver Pluralised / team-based Dispositional and environmental Requires rules and boundaries Generalisable across the disciplines Learnable Teachable Assessable
  9. 9. CRICOSNo.00213J Creative Teaching / Creative Workforce • QUT approaches include: – interdisciplinarity (“border-crossing”); – playfulness and experimentation; – tolerance of failure; – access to technology; – collaborative projects and networking; – workplace-based learning • entrepreneurialism and producing - world‟s first Bachelor degree in Entertainment Industries
  10. 10. CRICOSNo.00213J Creative Industries at QUT Workforce Creative Capital Research ICI CCI Enterprise CEA
  11. 11. CRICOSNo.00213J C.I. Faculty at QUT The Creative Industries at QUT is an engaged community of world- leading teachers, researchers, creative practitioners, artists, theorists and entrepreneurs uniquely connected to industry, government and external communities. Driven by curiosity, talent and interdisciplinary exchange, we design, produce, write, study and perform bold works of the imagination. Our graduates are equipped to apply and adapt their skills in shaping the creative economy.
  12. 12. CRICOSNo.00213J Location • Kelvin Grove hilltop campus • Two kilometres from city centre • Near QUT International College • The Creative Industries Precinct is part of Kelvin Grove Urban Village – AUD $600million project – Combines education, research, retail, leisure and business – Site of Institute of Health & Biomedical Innovation and Creative Industries Precinct – State-of-the-Art technology – 450+ residents in student accommodation units
  13. 13. CRICOSNo.00213J Creative Industries Faculty
  14. 14. CRICOSNo.00213J Creative Industries Courses What‟s distinctive about CI Courses? • A balance of theory and practice • Staff are academics, researchers and artists – Many have industry experience • Interdisciplinary opportunities – Inside faculty and with: • SciTech, Health, Law, Business and Education • Discipline mix – Students design their own future
  15. 15. CRICOSNo.00213J Areas of Study Approximately 4500 students Acting & Technical Production Animation Creative Writing Dance Drama Fashion Film, TV and New Media Production Interactive & Visual Design Journalism Media & Communication Music & Sound Visual Arts
  16. 16. CRICOSNo.00213J Creative Industries Facilities • Fashion, dance and art studios • CAD lab • Drawing and animation studios • Post production facilities • Smart lecture and seminar spaces • Exhibition gallery and installation spaces • Black box theatre/cinema/studio • 18 small to medium commercial enterprises • Professional recording studio • La Boite theatre company
  17. 17. CRICOSNo.00213J Creative Industries Undergraduate Programs
  18. 18. CRICOSNo.00213J Creative Industries • Bachelor of Creative Industries (BCI) • Bachelor of Fine Art (Study Area) (BFA) • Bachelor of Media and Communication • Bachelor of Journalism • Bachelor of Music • Bachelor of Mass Communication
  19. 19. CRICOSNo.00213J Creative Industries Postgraduate Programs
  20. 20. CRICOSNo.00213J Creative Industries Research • PhD • Master of Arts (Research) • Honours Coursework – entrepreneurial focus and project based • Doctor of Creative Industries • Master of Creative Industries – Animation – Creative Production and Arts Management – Creative Writing – Interactive and Visual Design – Interdisciplinary – Music and Sound – Professional Communication • Master of Fine Arts (Dance) • Master of Advertising (Creative Advertising) • Master of Journalism
  21. 21. CRICOSNo.00213J Creative Industries www.nowalls.qut.edu.au
  22. 22. CRICOSNo.00213J Creative Industries www.nowalls.qut.edu.au
  23. 23. CRICOSNo.00213J Creative Industries • Creative Industries at QUT ranked No.1 in Australia for ARC research income • 90% of Creative Industries graduates in employment 12 months after course completion • Creative Industries rated six of the top thirteen highest demand courses
  24. 24. CRICOSNo.00213J Creative Industries at QUT

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