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ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation

Funding: $7m for five years commencing 2005
Centre Director: Prof SD Cunningham
Research Director: Prof J Hartley
Administering Institution: Queensland University of Technology

Collaborating or Contributing Organisations:
The Australian National University
Swinburne University of Technology
University of Wollongong
Charles Darwin University
Edith Cowan University
Australian Film, Television and Radio School
Australasian CRC for Interaction Design
Australian Film Commission
Department of Communications,
Information Technology and the Arts
The Salvation Army
State Library of Queensland
The Australia Council for the Arts
Australian Museum
National Museum of Australia
Queensland Museum

The ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and innovation drives the development of Australia's capacity to maximise the national economic and cultural benefits of digital content industries. It integrates research across a range of disciplines to develop new modes of access and distribution for user-led innovation. It will provide integrated, empirically grounded solutions to structural, conceptual and policy problems, during an exciting period when new technologies, end-user activism and semi-professional practices are challenging traditional models of production and consumption in the creative value chain. The Centre's research outcomes across six program areas will improve industry, government, education and creative services in Australia.

For further information about the Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation visit their website.