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Audience research is a core part of the Asia TOPA research project, and the Deakin researchers are engaging on an international platform with these larger initiatives.    Associate Professor Katya Johanson is the Australian researcher on a UK Arts and Humanities Research Council funded project to develop...

In late February 2017, Deakin's Asia TOPA research team met with Ambassador Cynthia P. Schneider to discuss the research project. Schneider, who is a Professor at Georgetown University and former US Ambassador to the Netherlands, writes and researches extensively on cultural diplomacy. Her trip to Australia...

Last week, Deakin researchers from the Cultural Impact Projects research team met with Dr. Dave O'Brien, Chancellor's Fellow in Cultural and Creative Industries at the University of Edinburgh, and Dr. Mark Taylor, Lecturer in Quantitative Research Methods from The University of Sheffield. We asked them...

[caption id="attachment_774" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Balabala, by EkosDance Company at Arts Centre Melbourne for Asia TOPA. Photo credit: Mark Gambino[/caption]   The Asia TOPA consortium is a collaboration between fourteen Victorian cultural institutions led by Arts Centre Melbourne. Consortium members include the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Australian...