6 August 2013
In this third lecture in the "Towards an understanding of arts-based and arts-informed research" series presented by the Office of Doctoral Studies, presenters Dr Tony Loughland and Dr Nikki Brunker will explore an arts-informed interpretation of Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot's methodology, Portraiture, along with the potential Patchworking offers as a form of arts-informed enhancement to the research process.
Education Building A35, Room 612
Click image for interactive map.
Download further reading (pdf, 84kB) for "Portraiture and patchwork" presentation.
Dr Nikki Brunker is a lecturer in primary curriculum studies and recipient of the Faculty of Education and Social Work Teaching Excellence Award in 2010.
Associate Professor Tony Loughland is director of Professional Experience at the Faculty of Education and Social Work. He began his career as a primary school teacher interested in drama and storytelling and then completed a PhD in environmental education. His research looks at teacher education with a keen focus on professional experience.
© 2002-13 The University of Sydney. Last updated: 2 Aug 2013
ABN: 15 211 513 464. CRICOS number: 00026A. Phone: +61 2 9351 2222.
Authorised by: Director, Marketing and Communications.