Research from McCaw, Caroline
Caro is Academic Leader for Communication and teaches across a range of courses including Interaction Design and Studio Projects. She is involved in a wide range of creative projects. Caro McCaw investigates how we come to understand our landscapes, local knowledge, and regional cultures and contexts through collaborative creative practice. She asks how we may work around colonial ways of seeing to visualize and understand our shared histories and sites more socially. She is involved in a wide range of local community and regional development projects often working with collaborative student-staff teams, and local community groups, including museums.
Caro was a Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence at SUNY Canton, in Upstate New York.
ORCID profile: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6775-7409
Conference Contribution - Other
McCaw, C., Keaney,P., & Bull, R. (2018) Let's do it! Learning through doing: Different approaches to learner capabilities. Global Forum Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Humber College, Canada, May 24.
Mann, S., Dorsett, G., Farquharson, T., McConnochie, H., McCaw, C., Alexander, D., and Mann, A. (2010) Rescue me: tangible collaboration. Poster paper at the 1st annual conference of Computing and Information Technology Research and Education New Zealand (CINTRENZ) incorporating the 23rd Annual Conference of the National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications (NACCQ), Dunedin, New Zealand, 5 - 9 July, with Samuel Mann and Michael Verharrt (Eds). http://naccq.ac.nz/index.php/conference-2010
Ballard, S. & McCaw, C. (2007) Embedded Ecologies- Teaching Digital Media Theory to students of Art and Design. MEDIANZ conference, 7-10 February 2007, Victoria University, Wellington.
Conference Contribution - Published Paper
McCaw, C. (2009) An Ecological approach to Teaching Digital Media Theory in Tertiary Art and Design Education. ANZAAE 2009 Mahi•Toi (Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Art Educators) conference, Dunedin School of Art and the School of Design, Otago Polytechnic, 20-23 April, Dunedin, paper presented Wed 22 April 2009.
McCaw, C. (2008) New Zealand: a web of sites. 14th International Symposium on Electronic Art 2008 (ISEA2008 Pte Ltd). Proceedings of ISEA2008: The 14th International Symposium on Electronic Art ISBN: 978-981-08-0768-9. Conference Dates: 25 July - 3 August 2008, pp. 343-344, available http://www.isea2008singapore.org/
McCaw, C. and Gillies, R. (2008) Dunedin Does Not Exist. 14th International Symposium on Electronic Art 2008 (ISEA2008 Pte Ltd). Proceedings of ISEA2008: The 14th International Symposium on Electronic Art ISBN: 978-981-08-0768-9. Conference Dates: 25 July - 3 August 2008 pp. 340-343, available http://www.isea2008singapore.org/
McCaw, C. (2007) Art and (Second) Life; Over the Hills and Far Away? DAC, Digital Art and Culture Conference, Perth, Australia. Proceedings of PerthDAC 2007: the 7th Digital Arts and Culture conference, edited by Hutchinson, A., Curtin University of Technology, 15th Sept 2007, ISBN 1 74067 537 1 15-18 September. pp241-254. The Fibreculture Journal issue 11 2008, ISSN 1449-1443, paper number FCJ-070, http://eleven.fibreculturejournal.org http://en.scientificcommons.org/28817206, blind peer-reviewed.
McCaw, C. & Ballard, S. (2007) Embedded Ecologies. Scope: Contemporary Research Topics (Art) Art:2, November 2007, eds Lonie, B., Schmidt, L., pp28-37, ISSN: 1177-5653 (hard copy) or ISSN: 1177-5661 (online) www.thescopes.org
Chapter in Book
McCaw, C. (2007) ADA: a web of sites. Aotearoa Digital Arts Reader, Clouds Publishing, pp14-20, by invitation.
McCaw, C. & Main, A. (2007) Animalia: Remix. The New Dowse, Hutt City, Wellington, February-March 2007.
McCaw C., Main A. (2006) animalia: remix. Zero One San Jose,Electronic Arts festival in conjunction with ISEA 2006, San Jose California USA.
Main, A., & McCaw C. (2006) Animalia. ISEA, San Jose, USA. Augmented reality artwork.
McCaw, C. (2006) Artist residency presentation. Solar Circuit Aotearoa New Zealand, Govett Brewster Gallery, New Plymouth. concluding presentations of a two week international artist residency at WITT, Western Institute of Technology, Taranaki, NZ.