The Future Heritage theme recognises heritage as a rapidly evolving field of contemporary cultural practices. It has a focus on research that maps and describes changing forms of practice and participation, and on practical collaborations with cultural institutions and communities that conserve and enliven tangible and intangible heritage, build new forms of heritage and create new knowledge.
Under the banner of Future Heritage, our projects each engage with cherished archives and collections, communities and digital media, to enchant, explore, critique and understand the past/ present entanglements of people, places and things.
Future Heritage aims to make an early and important impact on scholarship, heritage practice and cultural policy, recognising the relationship between heritage, community wellbeing and sustainability.
- Everyday Heritage (ARC Linkage Project)
- Digital Modelling for Conservation (Department of Environment)
- Heritage of the Air (ARC Linkage Project)
- Sustainable Shine Dome (Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources)
- Laser Cleaning Processes for Roads and Maritime Services Bridges (ARC Linkage Project)
- Archives in Bark: Carved and inscribed Kimberley boab trees (ARC Special Research Initiative Project)
- Professor Tracy Ireland
- Professor Michael Jasper
- Dr Ursula Frederick
- Dr Alison Wain