Co-creating Indigenous Place through Cultural Expression
Performance Space @ The Living Pavilion Gate 8, University of Melbourne Melbourne, VIC 3052Map
This panel conversation will explore multiple viewpoints, frameworks, and processes of what it means to co-create 'Indigenous place' at the university and beyond. This includes ways in which the multi-faceted aspects of Aboriginal and Torres Islander culture can be communicated and celebrated through all forms of cultural expression, including art, design and the build environment.
Jefa Greenaway - Architect, and Lecturer, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, University of Melbourne
Dixon Patten - Graphic Designer, and Illustrator for The Living Pavilion
Stephanie Beaupark - collaborating artist The Living Pavilion
Alex Kennedy - Project Director, New Student Precinct, University of Melbourne
Dave Johnston (Director, Boonwurrung Foundation)
Tanja Beer (THRIVE Reserach Hub, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning; and Co-Producer / Lead Designer of The Living Pavilion)
This event is hosted by Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning (in collaboration with the New Student Precinct)
How to get there:
Trams 1, 3, 5, 6, 16, 64, 67, 72 Swanston Street to The University of Melbourne.
The Living Pavilion is an outdoors event and we encourage you to dress for the weather. If weather gets the better of us we will advise whether the venue will change or the event is cancelled. Apologies in advance.
This event is part of The Living Pavilion (1-17 May) - a transdisciplinary project connecting Indigenous knowledge, ecological science, sustainable design and participatory arts.