The AUT Centre for Screen Practice Research (SPR@AUT) seeks to advance research anchored in screen practice. In this centre we integrate screen production, practice and theory through cross-disciplinary investigations to develop knowledge, initiatives and resources for screen academics, practitioners, and undergraduate and postgraduate students.
We work with both academics and industry and promote knowledge that grows inside practice and experience.
The AUT Centre for Screen Practice Research is the home of researchers, practitioners, emerging researchers, and postgraduate students researching various aspects of screen practice, production and cultures.
A full list of centre members and associated researchers will be uploaded here soon.
Tuesday 1 November 2022, from 3-5pm
Media Centre, Sir Paul Reeves Building, AUT
The rise of the internet and the emergence of streaming services has upended the screen industry in Aotearoa New Zealand as everywhere else in the world. The AUT Centre for Screen Practice Research is presenting a short seminar with industry guests discussing the future of storytelling in this new and rapidly-changing environment.
Tuesday 15 November 2022, from 10am to 4pm
Free online event
Date and venue TBA
The centre will also be holding a series of research panels, industry masterclasses, and alumni industry panels.
The AUT Centre for Screen Practice Research (SPR@AUT) is based in the School of Communication Studies at AUT. If you work or research in screen practice, we would love to hear from you.
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