Creative Practice

Work in this area of research focus is interested in the question of how is knowledge created through doing? 

Cultural and Creative industries often operate in affective, ephemeral, relational and active manners: its unique knowledge creation lies in the production of cultural work, and while such knowledge is difficult to translate into linear, rationalised and traditional outputs, creativity as knowledge creation is increasingly valued in scholarship too. Working across Drama, Theatre, Film, and Visual Art, among other expressive forms, it focuses on supporting the reflection and development of practice as a research tool.