Creative arts as disruption: the Australian experience

Le Rossignol, Karen 2020, Creative arts as disruption: the Australian experience, Storytelling Academy, Loughborough University, 7 Feb. 2020, Loughborough University, ESRC Cascade-Net Seminar 8.

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Title Creative arts as disruption: the Australian experience
Creator(s) Le Rossignol, KarenORCID iD for Le Rossignol, Karen
Conference, exhibition or event name Co-creative strategies with Civil Society for resilience: Role of the arts and humanities (2020 : Loughborough, England)
Conference, exhibition or event location Storytelling Academy, Loughborough University
Conference, exhibition or event dates 7 Feb. 2020
Publication date 2020
Series CASCADE-Net Seminar Series 2019-20
Description of resource 1 website screen capture and animationPPT slides with storytelling images/photos (up to 10)
Publisher ESRC Cascade-Net Seminar 8
Place of publication Loughborough University
Keyword(s) co-creating tools for resilience
Research statement Research Background In December 2019, Prof Michael Wilson, Storytelling Academy, Loughborough University invited Le Rossignol to speak at Cascade-Net Seminar 8 as a result of both a detailed knowledge of my digital storyworld publications, and my outline of the digital Regional Arts Park being developed for Central Goldfields (involving Deakin University, 4 central Victorian shires, federal government funding and JumpLeads NFP). This seminar engages an international audience in the digital storyworld linked to creative communities and resilience. Research Contribution The Cascade-Net (Civil Agency Society and Climate ADaption to weather Extremes) seminar was a 25 minute zoom presentation focused on aspects of co-creative methods/resources for developing a resilient society. This presentation was followed by a question and answer session. Research Significance The audience for this presentation was interdisciplinary, transcisciplinary and inter-professional, with representation from Civil Society and non-academic organisations (NGOs, community groups, local government), both nationally and internationally. CASCADE-Net seminars have been hosted by universities of West of England, Sheffield, Dundee, South Wales, Loughborough (see The digital storytelling tool related to theme 3: Achieving Civil Society innovations in managing extreme weather events and risk. The presentation was recorded for the website with convenor request to include the PPT presentation ‘rich materials’ for ongoing discussions and follow up.
Notes The CASCADE-Net seminar series aim to navigate and negotiate challenges and opportunities for research and practice in how Civil Society prepares for extreme weather risk, and recovers from actual events in ways that increase resilience. Relevant questions explored in Seminar 8 include: How to integrate co-creative methods/resources and science to build a more resilient society; How to combine traditional forms of communication with various creative tools to develop practices with Civil Societies for resilience.
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