Tully Barnett

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    Associate Professor

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    Flinders University

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    Dr Tully Barnett is Associate Professor in Creative Industries at Flinders University and Director of Assemblage Centre for Creative Arts. Her two areas of research focus on cultural policy and digital humanities approaches to text and reading in the digital age. She is a Chief Investigator on the Linkage project Laboratory Adelaide: The Value of Culture, which considers the problem of how value is understood, assessed, and reported in the arts and culture sector. An outcome of that project is the co-authored book What Matters? Talking Value in Australian Culture (2018) with Julian Meyrick and Robert Phiddian. Her DECRA fellowship considered digitisation as a creative practice. She is a CI for ‘Slow Digitisation: Material Culture and the Objects of Martindale Hall’ and the Time Layered Cultural Map of Australia. She is Vice President of the Australasian Association for Digital Humanities.She teaches in the creative arts and creative industries programs at Flinders. Her topics include Cultural Policy and the Arts and Cultural Leadership. Recently her research has begun to consider the way heterodox economic ideas might serve as useful models for public value in the arts such as doughnut economics and foundational economy approaches. She is a founding member of Reset Arts and Culture and co-author of its position paper For a Progressive Arts and Culture Policy Agenda in Australia.

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