Michael Bunce is course leader for the Masters in Global Learning Futures and curriculum development and enhancement lead within the school of Arts and Creative Industries.
He is engaged in practice and research as a teacher and curriculum innovator, educational technology developer, composer and music producer, and interdisciplinary arts practitioner.
Michael is research-active at the intersection of interdisciplinary creative arts practice, learning and teaching, innovation and technology, with a background working for arts organisations, museums and galleries, universities, schools and colleges, education and arts charities, and not-for-profit organisations in the UK, North and South America, and Australia.
He has taught, presented and performed at universities in the UK, North & South America, and Australia, as well as working as a music director for the National Youth Theatre, creative designer and project lead for the National Trust (Osterley), senior tutor for the Drake Music Project, and with a range of artists and organisations as a musician, composer and music producer.
He is currently leading MetaPraxis, developing interdisciplinary learning design projects with 12 schools in South Australia and is critical partner to Charles Leadbeater's Agency Lab project (both projects hosted by AISSA, the Association of Independent Schools of South Australia), prototyping member of Learning Creates Australia, a national initiative to reimagine learning and its recognition, and a member of the GELP (Global Education Leaders' Partnership) Recognition of Learning working group.