University of New South Wales

Chloe brings a transdisciplinary approach to her work as a lecturer at UNSW in undergraduate, honours and masters programs. As well as contributing to the UNSW Big Anxiety Research Centre (BARC). She brings a broad skillset across disciplines, having worked in health, education and design industries. And has a depth of knowledge in empathy and trauma theory. Chloe has purposefully cultivated range in her abilities and values this for the transdisciplinary perspectives it brings to her work and life. Chloe’s art and designs have been exhibited at Venice Biennale, Rosemount Australian Fashion Week (St Kilda Sea Baths, Melbourne), Hidden: Rookwood Sculpture Walk (Sydney), the UNICEF Designers Unite Against AIDS Blue String Campaign, and in various solo and group shows in Sydney and Melbourne. Her poetry was published by International Artists and Climate Change Organisation. Chloe has worked with the Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation curator to establish Randwick Children’s Hospital School guest artist program to complement the curated art collection and seasonal exhibition program; Ran the Exodus Foundation Kaleidoscope Art Program and Exhibition; Worked on projects with Fairfield Multicultural Health Services and STARRTS together with Opera Australia Choir Project; Her transdisciplinary expertise have also been deployed in roles at the Invictus Games and Rowing Australia GrOW program in rehabilitation and juvenile justice facilities in Sydney.

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