Cultural Value Impact Network
The Cultural Value and Impact Network (CVIN) is building RMIT University’s expertise in interdisciplinary collaboration and inventive methods for creating, articulating, and measuring cultural value and social impact.
With practitioners and academics from across the University, we are building strong creative teams that use new interdisciplinary methods attuned to cultural complexity and diverse communities to enable high impact research partnerships with the arts and cultural sectors, government and NGO community.
We have mapped the capabilities across the schools of Art, Economics, Education, Finance and Marketing, Global Urban Studies, Media and Communication, Design, Architecture, and affiliates of DCP ECP, Global Business and Innovation and Social Change.
We have collated existing research methods and industry projects through a survey and interviews to identify existing approaches, drivers, current gaps, and future interdisciplinary methodological possibilities for student training and partnerships.
CVIN is funded through the Strategic Development Capability Fund at RMIT led by Marnie Badham, Kit Wise, Bronwyn Coate, and Gretchen Coombs.
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