Immerse yourself in Virtual Reality from our Experiential Visualisation program, informed by a distinctive combination of psychosocial research and creative practice.
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Experience calming soundscapes in a 16-speaker kiosk designed for better sleep and reduced anxiety. Join the conversation on creating sound environments that promote well-being in various settings.
Be one of the first to test an exciting new VR experience that improves mood and hope.
Drop in for a chat with Viv and other AI characters and learn about their lives and insights.
Experience an artwork created as a group encounter, and a creative qualitative research method for promoting insight into lived experience.
Join us for the Australian launch of the Virtual Reality experience 'Perinatal Dreaming', with a panel discussion: What is experiential visualisation and why do we need it?
Explore early life and intergenerational trauma in our experiential VR workshop. Start with Perinatal Dreaming VR, then engage in yarning circles led by Marianne Wobcke and her team.
AGSM networking event for Pride community members and allies.
This event is for students in Year 10 and Year 11 with an interest in learning about engineering at UNSW.
Participate in a visual matrix and learn about this innovative qualitative research method.
A part of Massive Action, the Big Anxiety Research Centre (BARC) is leading a project to reconceptualise mental health and the way we support and resource it within communities.
Engage with Slice/Silence: an interactive installation that cuts through the silencing of self-injury, trauma and injustice.
Join us for a discussion of intergenerational trauma in refugee communities and a screening of a short film, 'Heartsick' that looks at creative approaches to facilitating transformation.
Explore collective listening, care and connection in the wake of pandemic grief and beyond.