CreateWorld is our 2 day performance, presentation, and professional development event, specifically for academic and technical staff who work in the digital arts disciplines.
The conference features a wide range of academic and technical presenters from the tertiary education and industry sectors, and includes several keynotes, panel sessions, hypotheticals, hands-on technical workshops, and regular presentation sessions.
Create World is aimed specifically at practitioners, academics, research teams, technical staff and students across the digital arts.
Sesssions include presentations on teaching and learning, new media work, performance, techniques and approaches in practice-led research fields including photography, cyber-arts, music, e-learning, film, animation and design.
Create World is different to most academic conferences. Probably the best way to find out how is to listen to “The Three Professors” discuss Create World 2008!
Create World 2015 will again be held at Griffith University’s Brisbane South Bank campus, and is scheduled for 12-13 February 2015.
Use the navigation menu on the upper right of this page to find out more about the event, including costs, accommodation suggestions, and how to register.
Call for Participation
We are seeking contributions for:
- Paper presentations
- Poster presentations
- Panel sessions
- Artist talks
Proposals may relate to research, teaching and learning, creative arts practice, and hands on workshops. Proposals can include a focus on new technologies, techniques or approaches in theoretical or practical aspects of the digital arts including photography, cyber-art, music, e-learning, film, animation and design.
Papers, posters and creative-work contributions will be peer reviewed.
Submissions will only be considered where at least one proposer will register and be in attendance at the conference.
- Call for Participation opens September 15, 2014
- Submissions due 1 December, 2014
- Acceptances by 19 December, 2014
- Final Revisions due 30 January, 2015
8 pages maximum in Proceedings, 20 minutes lecture presentation including questions. Submit in PDF format using the layout specified in the Word template available here.
Poster or Demonstration
Submission for selection by 500 word abstract. Once selected a 4 page maximum in Proceedings, poster or demo displayed at the conference. Submit in PDF format using the layout specified in the Word template available here. Poster format to be A2.
Performance or Exhibition
2 page maximum proposal outline including Title, duration or size, program notes, artist(s) bio, technical requirements. Media files or links to online site(s) that demonstrate the work (or similar previous works).
Workshop or Panel Session
1 page maximum submission outlining topic, content, resources required, and participant details.
Submissions, Enquiries and Questions
If you require further information, please contact:
For information and submission in particular categories, please contact:
- Papers – Dr. Toby Gifford email@example.com
- Posters and Demos – Dr. Tim Marsh firstname.lastname@example.org
- Performances – Matt Hitchcock email@example.com
- Exhibitions – Dr. Jason Nelson firstname.lastname@example.org
- Workshops and Panels – A/Prof Michael Docherty email@example.com