Let’s start looking at some of the projects for 2020

Preparations are in place for the Visualising Mental Health Exhibition for 2020.

It will be held in the Kerry Packer Gallery as usual, (6-28th October) with some obvious modifications relating to social distancing requirements.

In the lead-up, I thought I would share a few of the student projects for 2020. There are some rippers!

I’ll start with a couple that I had some direct involvement with. In the coming weeks leading up to the Exhibition, I’ll preview many more 🙂



‘habitat’ is a series of public installations designed to nudge people towards spending more time in nature, knowing full well the benefits of doing so.

Nudges include billboards, digital installations, garden installations and behaviour prompts.


My Habit Pal

My Habit Pal is an app created to assist individuals in their mental health – specifically mental fitness. The app is inspired by James Clear’s book, Atomic Habits.

Stress Relievers

Stress Relievers is a school programme run for year 11 and 12 students, designed to build positive habits for academic success. In their project, the students designed a basic curriculum for a year’s worth of in-school lessons.