Research as Practice, Practice as Research, Practice as Practice: Valuing the Creative Arts

By Andrew Johnson Keen.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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Cross-disciplinary debate is necessary to acknowledge and confirm that visual and performing arts practice is a rigorous research methodology.

Keywords: Arts Practice as a Research Methodology, Evaluation of Arts Practice, Cross and Trans-disciplinary Research, Practice Linking all Domains, Cybernetics Linking Arts and Science

International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 5, pp.165-168. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.741MB).

Dr. Andrew Johnson Keen

Design researcher and educator. Fellow Chartered Society of Designers, London. Project Design Manager in UK; Cairo, Johannesburg; and Melbourne. Head of School, Visual and Performing Arts, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga. NSW. Lectured in Interior Design, Copyright and Design Protection in Professional Practice at RMIT; inaugural Head of Interior and Exhibition Design at Swinburne University. Visiting Fellow Hong Kong Polytechnic. External examiner, Melbourne University; RMIT, Swinburne University. Sci-Arc, Los Angeles, Hong Kong Polytechnic. Advisor to the Victorian State Minister of Planning on the Registration of Interior Designers. Exhibitions include: Object Trouvé NSD Gallery1997 GD 4: Atrium, School of Architecture, Melbourne University 1998 CORE Blimey, Charles Williams Theatre 1999 Open Day, NSD Gallery2000 Eggs(hibition) NSD Gallery2000 AJK: A Retrospective View NSD Gallery2001 The Urban Condition Japan - NSD Gallery 2001 Conduit Wagga Wagga Art Gallery 2005


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