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Environment Studio Projects

Balawan Elective

The Bundian Way The Balawan Electives focuses on the Bundian Way, a shared history pathway winding through significant landscapes over several hundred kilometres between the Snowy Mountains and Twofold Bay. The Bundian Way is an ancient Aboriginal route. The first European settlers were shown the pathway for trade and access...

Crace Field Study

Crace is a new development in Canberra, Australia, designed as a ‘mini-city’, which will accommodate around 4,000 residents in 1,500 homes when completed in 2015. Key aspects of the design of Crace were based on best practice to create an attractive and safe neighbourhood and sustainable living. Crace is built to a ‘...

The Field Studies program

The Field Studies program is a field research based program that value-adds to the academic courses of artists enrolled primarily in the School of Art (SoA) and the School of Music, College of Arts and Social Sciences, ANU. Field Studies programs regularly involve the participation of SoA alumni, artists resident in the field location...

Engaging Visions Research Project

This Australian Research Council Linkage Project, with the Murray-Darling Basin Authority (formerly Commission) as the Industry Partner, enabled the ANU School of Art and the ANU Centre for the Public Awareness of Science to extensively develop and evaluate the School of Art Environment Studio Field Studies program. Specific reference...

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