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PART 2

SECTION TWO

Creative and Performing Arts Categories in My Research Publications

Research Outputs Definitions

Creative and Performing Arts Outputs – Professional Practice

Creative and Performing Arts Esteem Indicators

SECTION ONE



Part 3

NON TRADITIONAL RESEARCH OUTPUTS

ERA ELIGIBILITY AND QUALITY IN THE CREATIVE ARTS


Creative and Performing Arts Outputs – Professional Practice

Q3 Original Creative Works

R3 Live Performance of Creative Works

S3 Recorded/Rendered Creative Works

T3 Curated or Produced Substantial Public Exhibitions and Events


T3 Curated or Produced Substantial Public Exhibitions and Events

The T3 category mirrors the T1 category, except that T3 outputs are not the result of research – they are purely professional practice.

The T3 Curated or Produced Substantial Public Exhibitions and Events category is specifically aimed at outputs produced by curators rather than artists (although exhibition catalogues written by curators should be submitted under theQ1_3,Q2_3 orQ3_3 categories (as Original Creative Works – Textual)); artists may claim exhibitions of their original creative works under theQ1_1, Q2_1andQ3_1 categories (OriginalCreative Works – VisualArtWork), where the exhibition of the creative works is used as evidence that those works have been made publicly available.

Multiple exhibitions/events cannot be counted as multiple outputs where the repeated exhibitions/events do not introduce a new creative component to the work. For example, a touring exhibition can only be counted once. However, multiple exhibitions/events may be counted where each subsequent exhibition/event introduces a new creative component to the work that builds upon the initial creative component of the original exhibition/event.

Recurring exhibitions and events may be submitted.For example, theBiennale ofSydney is a recurring event with each occurrence being unique rather than a repeat of the previous occurrence.

The T3 creative work sub-categories are the same as the T1 sub-categories:

  • (T3_1) Web-based exhibition
  • (T3_2) Exhibition/event
  • (T3_3) Festival
  • (T3_4)Other

For further details of the sub-categories, please refer to T1 sub-category descriptions.

Verification requirements

  1. A link to the work (if web-based); or visual documentation of the exhibition/event/ festival. Plus any other relevant material such as a program or an exhibition catalogue, where available.
     
  2. Evidence of when the work was made publicly available (if the date is not already included on material provided to satisfy verification requirement 1, above).