Participants will focus on qualitative implications of relationships and explore how they can yield deeper and more profound impacts on personal and communal conceptions and experiences of meaning. In addition, Senior Educators Cohort 3 participants recently completed the first seminar of its month program, with cohort members already actively applying what they learned. As one person shared:. From the first moment to the last, everything was done with intention and with the highest level of professionalism.
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Building on the vast knowledge and expertise participants already come with, CEC explores the best and most cutting-edge theories from a broad range of fields, such as neuroscience, developmental psychology, social work and experiential design, and helps participants consider how these fields can impact and inspire the camp experience. What is empowerment? To what extent should the project process be participatory?
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M² Models and Methodologies for Community Engagement
What is capacity building? What are creative leaders and creative communities? How does the researcher journey from their studio to the situation? M2 Models and Methodologies for Community Engagement discusses the theoretical constructs — community engagement, capacity building, and community empowerment — in order to demonstrate how theory and practice are relevant to the development of ways to be involved in communities.
The book maps the attributes of community based projects by moving beyond simply bringing people together from a variety of disciplines, and taking an approach which is transdisciplinary and applicable across cultures and genres of projects. A resource book for students, researchers, academics, and practitioners from across the social sciences and humanities. View on springer. Facing global change: Strengthening lifelong learning in interior design education.
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ABSTRACT -Clearly illustrates Models, Methodologies and Methods with more than 80 diagrams and images -The principles covered are applicable to all types of community engagement for community-based projects -First-hand exemplars from experienced practitioners and researchers How can we engage communities? The book maps the attributes of community based projects by moving beyond simply bringing people together from a variety of disciplines, and taking an approach which is transdisciplinary and applicable across cultures and genres. Shifting trends in interior design careers: the graduates' story to more.
Page 2. Publisher: magpie. Recently, national research authorities have broadened their parameters to validate creative work in art, architecture and design. Designers and academics may be involved in a range of roles in developing an exhibition: as practitioners exhibiting work; as curators selecting works; as catalogue essay writers; as designers planning and designing the exhibition.
A working party, established in to explore the potential of exhibition as research, used the IDEA exhibition An Interior Affair: a State of Becoming as a pilot [for this study]. The aim is to set benchmarks in an area which has been contested and tenuous in terms of evaluation.
The paper reviews previous research into exhibition as research, and compares and contrasts four national research frameworks Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, South Africa that recognise creative works as research, and exhibition as a validation and dissemination vehicle. We examine a research-based gallery model to elucidate how these various quality assurance guidelines were interpreted in reality, and propose a model for peer review of research through design.
We conclude with a review of the pilot model, which merges aspects of recognised curatorial and peer review approaches used in academic journals and conferences. We survey the existing constraints and the efficacy of our exhibition design as event.
As the publication of this paper precedes the actual exhibition, we expect that further research on the model will include an evaluation of the research in action at the event. More Info: Authors: S. Mehzoud, J. Lawrence, S. Interior architecture as an agent for wellbeing more. Wellbeing is affected by our physical surroundings, which are an extension of who we are as people.
The built environment, sensitively designed, can offer a sense of belonging for the individual, the family and the community, thereby The built environment, sensitively designed, can offer a sense of belonging for the individual, the family and the community, thereby positively affecting wellbeing.
Interior architects can respond to the diverse needs and aspirations of people through their skills in design and their knowledge of occupation. This paper explores the attributes that interior architects bring to the perception and development of the built environment, and how they can contribute to wellbeing through their impact on social sustainability.
Through real-life examples, the authors describe how interior architects can work to create built environments that are socially sustainable and responsible, and enhance the quality of life for individuals and communities. As a result, other disciplines may see opportunities for collaborative interdisciplinary work in the area of wellbeing. View on heia.
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Designing Futures: A model for innovation, growth and sustainability of the craft and design industry more. An industry development program, Designing Futures, has engaged design practitioners in evolving their work and the arts community over a decade. This paper describes the context, development and evolution of a cluster-led model, the This paper describes the context, development and evolution of a cluster-led model, the Designing Futures Cluster Program, aimed at building capacity in the craft and design field in Western Australia.
Through a framework encouraging groups of practitioners to collaborate, it provides design, production, management and marketing mentoring and assistance.
Case study and action research methodologies were combined for the research, which resulted in a model. The case study illustrates how cluster development enables increased productivity within creative practice, by mentoring and fostering links and professional networks with a range of industry representatives. The model, which has been proven to accelerate learning and professional growth of participants, is being explored for wider application. This investigation of a Canadian contemporary indigenous building has findings that are relevant to cross-cultural architecture in Australia and New Zealand.
As a result of being colonised by the British at around the same time, there are As a result of being colonised by the British at around the same time, there are similarities in the socio-political policies dispossessing indigenous people of their cultural identity in these countries. The investigation begins by examining the role played by the built environment in reaffirming identity while raising the question of how the built environment may be supportive in the quest to solve problems created by a forced dislocation from community, land, language and belief systems.
The paper examines the ways indigenous peoples in North America are formulating environments that suit their current concerns. Within the movement to rebuild and redefine First Nations culture there is recognition by cultural theorists that the built environment is an important vehicle to inform and reflect cultural concerns. The Longhouse was a conscious effort to articulate contemporary First Nations cultural identity.
In response to the limited number of First Nations students participating in post-secondary education, UBC decided to transform the First Nations experience of education from one of assimilation to one of self-expression and self-determination. The past assimilation experience was the education of Indians by non-Indians using non-Indian methods, whereas presently a bicultural educational framework is being developed.