The Future of Creative Industries
12.00pm- 1.00pm, Monday 27 July 2020
A panel discussion featuring Dr Caitlin Vincent, Tiriki Onus and Associate Professor Kenny McAlpine
Moderated by Susan Eldridge
About the discussion
Join Associate Professor Kenny McAlpine, Tiriki Onus and Dr Caitlin Vincent for a panel discussion about the state of creative industries, and the challenges they face. In a post-COVID world, what does the future of creative industries look like, and what possibilities and challenges lie ahead?
About the panellists
Dr Caitlin Vincent is a Lecturer in Creative Industries at the School of Culture and Communication. Her areas of interest include opera, digital technology, creative workforce and labour, organisational management, and gender and diversity.
Tiriki Onus is a Yorta Yorta man and Head of the Wilin Centre for Indigenous Arts and Cultural Development, University of Melbourne. He is a successful visual artist, curator, performance artist and opera singer.
Associate Professor Kenny McAlpine joined Melbourne Conservatorium of Music in February 2019 as Melbourne Enterprise Fellow in Interactive Composition. He is an award-winning composer, writer, broadcaster, musician, and technologist who has scored for theatre, film, and video games.
Susan Eldridge is a musician, educator and mischief maker in the classical music sector. She thinks about the long haul models and imagines radical innovations that can chart a course for success and sustainability for artists and organisations over the next 50 years. Susan is guided by two unflappable goals: to rewrite the relevance of classical music and to place the human experience at the centre of her radical solutions. Find her @notablevalues