The creative arts often has to do with the production of aesthetic narratives. It involves experimentation with artistic expressions and often results in a form of scholarship that is grounded in terrain-specific practices.
Jane Jackson’s work focuses on narratives to do with articulating the experiences of studying abroad.
Julian Lamb’s work has led to various ticketed drama productions.
Michael O’Sullivan has written on the creative writing practices of Henry James and David Foster Wallace.
Eddie Tay's creative work consists of street photography and poetry set in Hong Kong and Singapore. His practice-based research experiments with poetic autoethnography and the role of the street photographer as a flaneur mapping out urban affects.
Suzanne Wong has published short stories.