Lens on Health: Indigenous and Western ViewsEvent Families
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Watch, listen and experience how Indigenous and non-Indigenous scientists and artists share knowledge and identify relationships between the health of environments and human health: physical, emotional, spiritual.
Experience how Indigenous knowledge is passed down over generations through the arts, and how scientific methods are today universally used to predict how living things respond to changes in natural climate patterns.
Begin with deep listening to open up to new ways of connecting with country. Come away inspired by a Gumaygnirr creation story to continue connections between our people and our places
The event is staged in five locations within the UTS Building 7 (Science):
1. Acknowledgement of country and Deep listening. With Indigenous scholars Drs Mega Williams (Graduate School of Health, UTS) and Lisa Roberts (Living Data). Location TBC
2. Microscopy Lab. School of Life Sciences. With scientists including Peter Jones and Susan Fenech. Location TBC
3. Afternoon tea
4. Connecting Songlines: Interact with a Gumbaygnirr story by Chels Marshall (ANU), with Drs Cat Kutay (Engineering/IT, UTS) and Lisa Roberts.
5. Lens on Health: Reflecting through art, science and cultural knowledge.
Graduate School of Health, Level 4, building 7
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