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Creative Industry: A Seminar Series

Creative Industry: A Seminar Series

You are invited to attend a series of seminars on CREATIVE INDUSTRY at Victoria University, starting this week:

CREATIVE INDUSTRY: A seminar series organised by the Victoria Management School and the Stout Research Centre When: 4.40-6 pm, Wednesdays, August 31 2005 weekly until 5 October. Where: GBLT4 (second floor, Old Government Buildings, Lambton Quay, opposite Parliament). There is no cost, and registration is not required. During Helen Clark's term as Prime Minister the creative industries have been a major plank of the government's economic/cultural programme. What are they? Do they work? How would we know?

An interdisciplinary seminar series jointly hosted by the Stout Research Centre and the Victoria Management School will critically examine the creative industries, raising questions about definition, relationships, value and effects.

The seminar series will open on August 31 2005 and run weekly until 5 October at Victoria's downtown campus, Room GBLT4 in the Old Government Buildings, Lambton Quay (opposite Parliament Buildings).

31 August
Hard at work in the creative industries - a panel discussion
Chair Deborah Jones, Victoria Management School
Cheryll Sotheran, Director, Creative Industries, New Zealand Trade and Enterprise
Tim Walker, Director, Dowse Gallery
Carol Beaumont, Secretary of the NZ Council of Trade Unions, for The Coalition of Creative Unions and Guilds (CCUG)

This opening panel will range widely to address the emerging nature of work in the New Zealand creative industries: its social and economic viability, the support structures needed for success, and issues of work and employment such as education and training, career possibilities, working conditions and income levels.

7 September
New Zealand Cinema and the Creative Industries
Duncan Petrie, Film Television and Media Studies Department, University of Auckland

14 September
Creative careers? Fashion subjects in tertiary education New policies promoting 'knowledge-based' industries coincide with burgeoning enrolments in fashion design courses. What is the relationship between education and the creative industries?
Amanda Bill, Design School, Massey University, Wellington

21 September
Wellington as a Creative City
Michael Volkerling, Director, Centre for Creative Industries, WelTech

28 September
How can we map the creative industries? An economic perspective
Ian Duncan, New Zealand Institute of Economic Research


5 October
What is creative 'R & D'? A panel discussion
Chair: Lydia Wevers, Stout Research Centre for New Zealand Studies
Anne French, Foundation for Research, Science, and Technology
Elizabeth Knox, novelist
Cath Cardiff, Creative New Zealand

ENDS

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