Research

Public Art Commission draws on the expertise of key Deakin researchers, HDR candidates and external research fellows to drive new thinking about art in public places and the ways that arts engage the public.

Article by Various
  • Katya Johanson
  • Hilary Glow
| 2017
Dedicated arts centres were a common outcome of the great expansion of the public sphere in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. In the early twenty-first century, however,…
Publication by Various
  • Katya Johanson
  • Hilary Glow
| 2017
For two years we were involved in a large-scale evaluation of a state-funded arts programme in Victoria, Australia, which supported a range of activities selected for their capacity…
Article by Various
  • Katya Johanson
  • Hilary Glow
| 2017
Arts policy has a longstanding relationship with the concept of “quality” and the ways in which organisations measure, evaluate and account for it. Culture Counts, an evaluation…
Article by Various
  • Katya Johanson
  • Hilary Glow
| 2018
Claire Bishop argued that the ethical lens applied to socially engaged arts practice encourages ‘authorial renunciation’ in favour of collaboration and limits the opportunity to…