Dr Tully Barnett is Associate Professor in Creative Industries at Flinders University and Director of Assemblage Centre for Creative Arts. Her two areas of research focus on cultural policy and digital humanities – both asking questions about the experience of arts and culture in the world. Her DECRA fellowship considered digitisation as a creative practice. She is the co-author of What Matters? Talking Value in Australian Culture (2018) with Julian Meyrick and Robert Phiddian as part of an ongoing project around how we understand and communicate the value of arts and culture. She is a founding member of Reset Arts and Culture looking at progressive cultural policy agendas and research on arts and culture’s connection to heterodox economics and the foundational economy. In 2024-2025 Tully is serving as an expert for the UNESCO reflection group on the diversity of cultural expressions in the digital environment.

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