Visual Arts Wellbeing (VAW) research reports
My doctorate research, The Visual Arts Wellbeing Project: A Wellbeing Needs Assessment of Visual Art Students in Australian Universities was framed by a transformative lens. In transformative research, the presentation of findings are designed to highlight power relationships and facilitate change. While striving to enable further social action regarding students' wellbeing, I created a series of open-access reports that were shared with the research participants and other members of the visual art and university communities. The first Short Report summarises this doctorate research. The following two Visual Art Perspectives reports were designed to represent the diversity of participant voices and highlight the complexities of visual art students’ wellbeing. All reports were designed with graphics and infographics to increase reader's visual engagement.
As an APR intern, I conducted a small design-led innovation project to enhance music students' engagement with an online singing school. I designed the report, Principles of Visual Design to present the outcomes of this work, including evidence-based recommendations and visual aids like provisional personas.