Events

RSS feed for this section
2021-02-15-cover-suddeutsche_zeitung_magazin-lgbtq-germany-2

LGBTQ Representation in the Media Industries

Kinomatics team members Professor Elizabeth Prommer and Professor Skadi Loist have recently lent their expertise to the discussion of LGBTQ representation in the  media and film industry. 185 German actors made headlines for coming out publicly “en masse” in order to advocate for better representation both and off-screen. The #ActOut movement seeks to shed light […]

8O4A3271

Cultural Policy and Cultural Value: A Disconnect? Perspectives from Australia, the Netherlands and the UK

In addition to devastating the arts sector, COVID-19 has made it abundantly clear that Australia’s cultural policy has been long neglected. In place of a cohesive policy framework that recognises the complex ways that culture creates value beyond that which is economic, a patchwork of policy has arisen. Given the policy void and lack of […]

Dr Doris Ruth Eikhof

This Week: Kinomatics Symposium #3 – Risking Diversity and the Creative Industries

We are excited to hold the third annual Kinomatics Symposium at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) at the end of this week (February 28–March 1, 2019). Public Discussion: Risking Diversity Visiting academic Dr Doris Ruth Eikhof will kick off our theme for this year – Redefining Risk – with a public presentation titled Risking […]

Screenshot 2018-04-04 12.26.11

Second Kinomatics Symposium

The Second Kinomatics Symposium will be held at UTS on Thursday April 5 and Friday April 6. Join us for any or all of three sessions featuring kinomatics researchers from Australia, Germany and Canada: Session 1 – Culture, Meaning and #datatoo REGISTER Session 2 Workshops – Making Sense of Your Data through Visualizations with Tableau […]

TreeMap

The inaugural Kinomatics Symposium: Culture….Data → Meaning

Join us for a showcase of work produced by the Kinomatics research group that explores different aspects of the industrial geometry of culture. The first Kinomatics Symposium will highlight work undertaken in relation to the spatial and temporal dimensions of international film flow and also in relation to Australian live music gigs. The implications for […]

Brussels

kinomatics in the media

  The Kinomatics project has made it into the media this past few weeks. A story in Brussels news outlet Brussel Nieuws has picked up the impressive performance of Brussels in our Cinema Cities index. You can see the original article here: http://www.brusselnieuws.be/nl/nieuws/brussel-zevende-cinemastad An English translation is here: http://www.bloomilicious.be/tag/kinomatics/ And closer to home The Conversation […]