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How to make research based practice really work!

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Curtin University’s Faculty of Humanities invites you to attend a recital with a performance-based research dialogue as part of Research and Innovation Week 2016.

Event details

The recital entitled “Australia East and West, New Music for Viola and Piano” will be followed by a talk on “How to make research-based practice really work!”.

Date
Wednesday 31 August 2016
Time
12.30pm-1.15pm Recital, 1.15pm-2.15pm Dialogue
Venue
Tim Winton Theatrette: Room 101, Building 213
Cost
Free
recital

Diana Blom is Associate Professor in the School of Humanities and Communication Arts, University Western Sydney. As a composer and performer she engages in practice-led research and in 2011 received an APRA/AMCOS music award with Dawn Bennett for a project of newly composed music for viola and piano, Australia East & West.

Dawn Bennett is a John Curtin Distinguished Professor and Director of the Creative Workforce Initiative, Curtin University. Her research focus is enacting and enabling employability within higher education learning and teaching. A violist and a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Dawn serves numerous editorial boards and she convenes the Australian Learning and Teaching Fellows’ network. She is on the board of directors for the International Society for Music Education and peak body Music Australia, serves as a commissioner with the ISME Commission for Education of the Professional Musician, and co-chairs the Curtin Academy.

Register now

To register, email: HUM-ResearchEvents@curtin.edu.au


If you have any special requirements to enable you to participate at this event please advise when you RSVP. We will contact you to provide assistance. For information about disability services at Curtin, please visit disability.curtin.edu.au.