Creating a social research instrument for The Living Pavillion
This project explored how Indigenous-art-science collaborations can inform public engagement that catalyses agency, adaptation and resilience. It used The Living Pavilion – a temporary event space at the University’s Parkville campus celebrating Indigenous knowledge systems, ecological science, sustainable design and participatory arts – as a platform for the investigation.
Aims and Activities
A social research instrument was developed to measure the impact of the project.
Dr Tanja Beer, Academic, Architecture, Building and Planning
Associate Professor Kirsten Parris, Academic, Ecosystems and Forest Science
Dr Dominique Hes, Academic, Architecture, Building and Planning
Dr Rimi Khan, Academic, Law
Dr Jenny Zhou, Lecturer, Civil Engineering
Zena Cumpston, Research Fellow (Urban Environments), Clean Air Urban Landscapes Hub, National Environmental Science Program
Cristina Hernandez, Researcher, Thrive Research Hub, Melbourne School of Design, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning