Melbourne Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne
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Art Forum is the Victorian College of the Arts’ series of weekly talks by leading artists and curators. Providing a rich insight into their work and its relationship with the world, each guest speaker shares the themes, processes and ideas that drive their practice.
Art Forum Semester One is co-presented with the Melbourne Reconciliation Network.
The Victorian College of the Arts is grateful to Holding Redlich for its generous support of Art Forum.
As an overarching health and social crisis of our time, COVID-19 has embodied and triggered other equally pressing crises such as social equality and justice and emergency response. Since physical interactions and movement have been limited and even prohibited at times, digital media offers new opportunities for social service organisations to reimagine their approach in responding to these crises and reach the communities they serve. Digital ethics has hence become a prudent and pressing issue for service providers and members of the public.
This panel discussion brings together three leading experts in their respective fields, to discuss and reflect on ethics in using digital media in times of crisis.
Attendees will be encouraged to use the Chat function for Q & A.
This session will be recorded but will not be distributed or made publicly available.
The third session in the Media@UniMelb Seminar Series presented by the Media and Communications program in the School of Culture and Communication, Faculty of Arts.