Practice Research SymposiaOverview
This is an open course for anyone interested in finding out about creative practice research. It will become available in 2017.
This is a course for those enrolled in the ARCH1429 Creative Practice Research Strategies course at RMIT University.
This is an open course for supervisors of creative practice research students. It is under development and will become available in 2017.
This archive contains over 170 creative practice research videos of examinations, presentations, lectures and discussions. The videos also link to dissertations, articles and other written and drawn representations. Please contact us if you have a video that you think should be included in the repository.
This portal brings together creative practice researchers from around the world with the support of institutional partners across Australia, Asia and Europe.
Queensland University of Technology
Charles Sturt University
The University of Adelaide
The University of New South Wales
University of Newcastle
The University of Western Australia
University of Canberra
University of South Australia
University of Tasmania
University of Technology Sydney
Catholic University Leuven, Brussels and Ghent
University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana
Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow
The University of Westminster. London
Estonian Academy of the Arts, Tallinn
Aarhus School of Architecture, Aarhus
RMIT Europe, Barcelona
Polytechnic University of Milan, Milan
Queens University, Belfast
About this site
This site is a collaboration between the School of Architecture and Design at RMIT University and the European Union through the EU-funded, three-year international research training network on Architecture, Design and Art Practice Training Research (ADAPT-r).
It is also an important part of a project funded by the Australian Government’s Office for Learning and Teaching, Design and architecture practice research: contemporary PhD, (DAP_r), which brings together 14 Australian universities.
The research leading to these results has received funding from the People Programme (Marie Curie Actions) of the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme FP7/2007-2013/ under REA grant agreement n° 317325.