The panel is the brain child of the Knowledge Translation and Consumer and Community Involvement Strategic Platform (SPHERE KT), which forms part of Maridulu Budyari Gumal: the Sydney Partnership for Health, Education, Research and Enterprise (SPHERE). We will be exploring how art can be used to create and share health knowledge in compelling ways.
Project’s featured will include Topsy Turvy: COVID Meaning Making through Art, SUCCEED Child Feeding Alliance, and Crafting Care: Stitch it for Dementia.
Details about the workshop series, the exhibition and the panel are attached here.
An exhibition, Art+Science/Health = Wellbeing, is being held in conjunction with the panel at the gallery space on level 4 of the UTS Tower Building (entrance of Broadway), from 25 May to 18 June. Creative workshops will be hosted by artists and researchers as part of the exhibition.