In Semester one of this year, Isha Singhal, an student of the Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science (CPAS), interviewed students of Collaborative Curating and Storytelling (HUMN8034) on the topic of co-creativity. As part fo the project Isha produced a short series of vidoes.
"These videos are created as a collaboration between Scaffolding Cultural Co-Creativity Project and Engaged ANU. They aim to highlight student experiences on co-creation with senior researchers.
Each student has had a very different journey, but each project had one thing in common: It was unexpected. Co-Creativity challenged each student to create something they wouldn’t have even considered before."
"My CPAS internship project with Engaged ANU explores concepts, experiences and different processes of collaboration, co-creation and co-creativity in a range of ANU contexts. It was developed in association with the Engaged ANU pilot, including collaboration between different research teams and collaboration between students and researchers. The aim was to uncover the insights that young collaborators take away from their collaborations, the challenges and joys they encounter, and how these can be explored and used for science communication. My multi-faceted video documentation uncovers key takeaway ideas of co-creation in HUMN8034 and critically reflects on the intangible aspects of research and collaborative work."
A selectioin of the vdieos can be viewed on the CPAS' owned webiste Popsicle