Creativity at Work: preparing students for future work

New research shows interdisciplinary learning in community and industry settings could better prepare creative students for future work.

Interdisciplinary learning in community and industry settings could be the way of the future, according to new research released on Thursday.

Produced by Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and the Australia Council for the Arts, the Creativity at Work report highlights the need for new approaches to preparing the creative professionals of the future, according to Australia Council CEO Adrian Colette AM.

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Giselle Bueti has written for publications such as The Advertiser, The Adelaide Review, RIP IT UP, BMA magazine and Yewth Mag. Previously, Giselle worked as Arts Editor for The AU Review and Content Growth Editor at ArtsHub. She is based in Melbourne, Victoria.