A Griffith researcher who harnessed the power of sound to help preserve the planet's waterways has been recognised at the APRA Art Music Awards.
Ecoacoustics recognised with two illustrious grants that will help propel the unique, interdisciplinary field.
The act of listening can help Indigenous prisoners reconnect with their culture and benefit their health and wellbeing, according to a new project by creative arts and health researchers at Griffith.
Music and design faculty are creating a sonic playground at the Brisbane Powerhouse this weekend as part of the Curiocity Festival.
Wetland Wanders, a Griffith University project, unites art, science and technology in an exhibition exploring the rich diversity of Queensland’s wetlands.
Researchers will explore ways that sound can deepen our understanding of the environment at the 2018 International Ecoacoustics Congress.
How does sound help us chart the health of the environment? Researchers from around the world will explore this question at “Perspectives on Listening”, an international symposium hosted by the Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre and Biosphere Soundscapes next month. The three-day symposium features live performances, immersive installations, sound walks and field trips across the rainforests of […]