Women in the creative arts conference

Presenter/s: Professor Cat Hope, Monash University; Professor Liza Lim, University of Sydney

Event type: Conference

Event date: Thursday, 10 August 2017 - 9:00am to Saturday, 12 August 2017 - 4:00pm

Event venue: School of Music, ANU

The School of Music at The Australian National University is delighted to host this innovative research conference on the creative work of women. This event provides an opportunity for research professionals to gather, present their methodologies, discuss the unique issues surrounding the creative arena, and propose strategies to enhance and enrich their working lives as strong members of an international cultural and artistic voice. The gathering will feature a rich exchange of research ideas, including round-table discussions and panels that develop and enhance practices for women in the creative fields.
This event is supported by the College of Arts and Social Sciences, and the Gender Institute at The Australian National University, and the Australia Council for the Arts.
Keynote Speakers
Professor Cat Hope (Monash University)
Professor Liza Lim (University of Sydney)
General delegate (non-presenting) Full $100
  Concession $75
One day attendee Full $50
  Concession  $25
Conference Recital  General Admission $20 (available at the door)
Presenter registration has now closed (1 June, 2017)
General registration is open until 7 August 2017 via this link.
Registration for presenting delegates and general attendees includes:
Registration for the conference
One general admission ticket for the conference recital
Lunch on all conference days
Conference Program (subject to change)
To download the current version of the conference program click here.
Conference Committee
Dr Natalie Williams School of Music, The Australian National University
Assoc Prof Linda Kouvaras  University of Melbourne
Assoc Prof Samantha Bennett  School of Music, The Australian National University
Dr Lucy Neave  The Australian National University
Dr Martyn Jolly  School of Art, The Australian National University
Dr Maria Grenfell  University of Tasmania
Dr Katy Abbott Kvasnica  University of Melbourne
Dr Kit Devine  The Australian National University
Ensemble in Residence
Therese Milanovic, piano
Louise King, violoncello
Christa Powell, violin
Muses Piano Trio are some of Australia’s leading and most exciting musicians in contemporary classical music, known for their edgy, spine tingling and virtuosic performance style: Christa Powell (violin), Louise King (cello) and Therese Milanovic (piano).
 “an edgy, compelling, powerful, memorable and often-moving performance”, “spine-chilling” Catherine Lawrence, Anywhere Festival 2016
For conference enquiries, please contact Dr. Natalie Williams




Updated:  7 November 2012/Responsible Officer:  Convenor, Gender Institute/Page Contact:  Web manager, Gender Institute