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Environment Studio

Environment Studio

Contemplating Crace: First Thoughts, Exhibition in the Foyer Gallery of work inspired by field research undertaken in Crace, Gungahlin » read more
Bundian Way campsite 2015, photograph: HQ
Darren Mongta & the Balawan Elective 2015, Newton's Crossing, NSW, Field trip 1, photograph: Amelia Zaraftis
BJ Cruse, Darren Mongta & John Blay with the 2015 elective, Newtons's Crossing, NSW, Field Trip 1, photograph: HQ, BJ, Aboriginal Elder from the Eden region talking to the group photograph: Heike Qualitz

The Environment Studio provides academic and logistic assistance to artists for research of environmental and cultural issues as subject matter for fine art production. The Studio also undertakes pedagogic research in the creative arts (see www.engagingvisions.com.au).

The Environment Studio achieves its objectives through field research program delivery; facilitation of collaborations between creative artists, and between creative artists and researchers from other university disciplines; and through the establishment of creative art partnerships with State, National and International institutions and environmental and cultural agencies.

For Semester 1, Undergraduate and Postgraduate students (Masters by coursework) can enrol in the Environment Studio Elective, which is based around Field Trip 1 & 2. 

 

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