CCP is a graduate teaching and research centre across the arts, social practice, and community development. Our growing cohort is comprised of practice-based and scholarly backgrounds including artists, creative producers and workers from not-for-profit or local government sectors.
Connected by a shared interest in art, collaboration and engagement - our graduates now work in areas such as digital media, international development, urban planning, education, contemporary art, social justice and cultural policy contexts. Offering frameworks for arts and community practice, these programs are designed for both domestic and overseas applicants. Our Centre welcomes applicants from diverse socio-cultural backgrounds and abilities.
Studying at CCP, you will gain access to the breadth and depth of programs on offer at the University of Melbourne – as well as the exceptional social and support facilities available. Gaining an international reputation in the field, CCP’s faculty and students currently work in creative collaborations and research partnerships across Australia, UK, Chile, Germany, Canada, USA, Tonga, Timor-Leste, Indonesia, Singapore, and Portugal.
Fundamental to the Centre’s programs (research, teaching and partnerships) is the examination of the changing role of the the arts in community collaborations, social relations, and leadership.
Academic Programs offered include:
CCP host an ARC Linkage Project on community-based arts and evaluation and works in research partnership on cultural projects. For further invoformation on the ARC Linkage Project go to www.spectresofevaluation.com
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