ACSA Webinars
Creativity in the Arts

Pam Burnard, Professor of Arts,  Creativities and Educations, Cambridge University, UK

Sculpting new creativities in schools: When research inspires change and co-authorings of future-making education

Wednesday 25 May 2022 7-8pm AEST

Pam Burnard

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This presentation explores the possibilities arising from the application of change-making practices when research is unlocked and enables a role for new types of creativities to mobilise ways of moving from linear, technocratic conceptions of education as 'preparation for the future' to future-making. We exemplify this claim drawing upon recent research projects that show how diverse creativities can constitute ways of unlocking research by inspiring, inviting and sharing the co-production and re-negotiation of change in education. The centrality of change is seen as critical since the pace and development of global change which necessitates 'doing things differently'; using diverse creativities to author change and achieve 'new normals', inspiring change..

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