ACUADS 2016 Grant Recipients

Posted on June 20, 2016

Congratulations to our latest recipients of the ACUADS’ Quick Small Grants initiative.

Funds will be used towards:
building a website for tertiary design students that encourages social responsibility and personal accountability (Design: what is it good for? Dr Samantha Edwards-Vandenhoek, Swinburne; Dr Alison Barnes, University of Arts, London and Dr Michelle Catanzaro, Western Sydney University);
publishing a history of Australian Art Exhibitions (Australian Art Exhibitions: A news story, A/Prof Joanna Mendelssohn and A/Prof Catherine De Lorenzo, UNSW);
travel costs for staff and students participants in RMIT’s course Designing for Indigenous Cultural Sustainability (Dr Yoko Akama, Dr Seth Keen and Peter West, RMIT University; Dr Mark McMillan, Wiradjuri man, Member of the Trangie Land Council,and Associate Professor University of Melbourne; Dr Faye McMillan, Wiradjuri woman, Member of the Trangie Land Council and Director of Djurawang Program, Charles Sturt University; Debra Evans, Charles Sturt University; Dr Alison Vivian, University of Technology Sydney and Aunty Lorraine Tye, Wiradjuri elder).

The next round of ACUADS grants opens in October 2016.