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April 2009

NEW! Guest Seminar

Arts-Informed Research

Presenters: Ardra Cole & Gary Knowles, University of Toronto

Respondent: Robyn Ewing, The University of Sydney

Time: 4:30-6:30pm, 7 May 2009 (refreshments at 4:30pm for 5:00pm start)

Venue: 351, Education Building (A35), The University of Sydney

Drawing on the arts, transforming research: Possibilities of arts-informed perspectives, by Ardra Cole & Gary Knowles

An exploration of the possibilities for and challenges of arts-informed research is the focus of the presentation. We begin by recounting the beginnings and foundational elements of arts-informed research and illustrate the various ways in which it is embraced by a variety of qualitative researchers (as a stand-alone approach or in combination with other per-spectives). We emphasize the transformational possibilities that come with presenting scholarship in alternatives ways to traditional academic discourse. The barriers and challenges to researching through the arts are also addressed. We illus-trate and provide examples within our presentation from the work of graduate researchers and others and, in doing so, we address the utility and constraints of arts-informed research.