NON TRADITIONAL RESEARCH OUTPUTS

ERA ELIGIBILITY AND QUALITY IN THE CREATIVE ARTS


T2 CURATED OR PRODUCED SUBSTANTIAL PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS –MINOR RESEARCH COMPONENT, TO BE PART OF A PORTFOLIO

To be included in this category the output must be part of a portfolio of works on a particular research theme; the portfolio (recorded as a T1, once complete)will therefore meet the definition of research as amplified in the general requirements for research outputs (as defined on page 5) and thus should make contributions to a particular cultural field in at least one of the following ways:

  • Advancement or extension of knowledge;
  • New discoveries;
  • Innovative ideas, techniques, technologies;
  • Solutions to problems;
  • Refinement/reinterpretation of methods, techniques, existing knowledge;
  • Conceptual advances;
  • Constructive critiques and synthesis; and
  • New means of dissemination.

This Curated or Produced Substantial Public Exhibitions and Events research output type (T2 category) is specifically aimed at research outputs produced by curators rather than artists (although exhibition catalogues written by curators should be submitted under the Q1_3, Q2_3 or Q3_3 categories (as Original Creative Works – Textual)); artists may claim exhibitions of their original creative works under the Q1_1, Q2_1 or Q3_1 categories (Original Creative Works – Visual Art Work), where the exhibition of the creative works is used as evidence that those works have been made publicly available.

The T2 creative work sub-categories are the same as the T1 sub-categories:

  • (T2_1) Web-based exhibition
  • (T2_2) Exhibition/event
  • (T2_3) Festival
  • (T2_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. Where applicable, evidence of peer review in the form of a published commentary and/or detailed statements by qualified experts who had access to the output.
     
  3. 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).
     
  4. Evidence indicating the author’s/creator’s affiliation with theUniversity (if the output does not state the creator’s affiliation with the institution (for example, there is no reference to the creator’s affiliation with Griffith University on the exhibition catalogue) please complete an author ship statement form).