Indigenous Design Place (IDP) is a new UQ innovation catalysed from within the Aboriginal Environments Research Centre and drawing together a pool of researchers from the Australian Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN), the Institute of Social Science Research (ISSR)and the faculties of Humanities and Social Sciences, Engineering Architecture and Information Technology, and Science.

IDP is hosted by ISSR and the School of Architecture

This seminar will showcase the current research of Michael Aird, Diana Young, Erich Round and Jonathan Richards.

  • Michael Aird will present ‘From illustration to evidence in native title: the potential of photographs’
  • Diana Young will present ‘Ngura Wiru: art, ecology, politics. Homelands and three Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara artists
  • Erich Round will present ‘Inferring Australia’s deep past: the role of ancient languages’
  • Jonathan Richards will present ‘Exploring St Lucia ‘wild past’’

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Venue

Level 1, Michie Building
St Lucia campus
Room: 
Anthropology Museum