The C&T 2011 conference program includes 20 competitively selected, peer-reviewed papers (acceptance rate 29%), nine pre-conference workshops, a doctoral consortium, 2 invited keynote speakers, a plenary panel discussion session, a welcome reception, and a conference dinner. The draft program published here is subject to further changes as speakers and sessions are being confirmed.
You can download a PDF copy of the C&T 2011 Conference Handbook which will also be given to you at the registration desk.
|Wed 29 June||Thu 30 June||Fri 1 July||Sat 2 July|
|08:00||R E G I S T R A T I O N|
|09:00||Workshops||Workshops||Opening Ceremony||Paper Session
|10:40||B R E A K|
|12:40||L U N C H|
10 x 3min
|15:20||B R E A K|
|17:20||C L O S E|
|19:00||Welcome Reception||Conference Dinner|
The curatorial internship at QUT’s Creative Industries Precinct gives students the opportunity to explore the nature of digital media curating working through a range of projects in innovative exhibition spaces, environments and interfaces. The screening programs at the C&T 2011 conference are from one steam of this internship program: Parer Place Project.
The Parer Place Project Urban Screen program showcases moving image works curated both in-house and collaboratively with our national and international partnerships. This program showcases national artists, international artists and students’ work. The Parer Place Project team also tour a number of our screenings both nationally and internationally as part of the International Urban Screen Network.
We thank Lubi Thomas and Leah Collins.