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Multidisciplinary research in a changing world through creativity

Arts Research in Creative Humanities (ARCH) aims to increase the wider community’s capacity to negotiate a rapidly changing world through creativity, multidisciplinary, critical thinking and cultural exchange.

Thow Kwang Dragon Kiln - Courtesy: Carolyn Lim
ARCH research projects

Featured research projects of Arts Research in Creative Humanities (ARCH)

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About ARCH

About ARCH

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Arts Research in Creative Humanities Exhibition 2015
ARCH researchers

Contact details for the Arts Research in Creative Humanities (ARCH)

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The Children's Media Symposium 24-26 Nov 2017

The inaugural Children's Media Symposium was held at USC in November 2017. Read a summary of the event and view some of the presentations.

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