In May 2014 QPAC and Queensland University of Technology (QUT) announced a partnership to jointly establish the position of Chair in Arts Education.
The inaugural Chair is Professor Judith McLean, currently QPAC’s Scholar in Residence.
Professor McLean’s role is to link policy, art making and teaching and support both QPAC and QUT in bridging complex thought and practical application.
Putting ideas into practice.
Professor McLean’s current research centres on brain based learning and its relationship with the arts with a particular focus on how cultural institutions like QPAC can collaborate with audiences to heighten the significance of art in everyday life.
Professor Judith McLean discusses Ursula K Le Guin’s tale of The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas and its relevance to paradise of today.
QPAC’s Scholar-in-Residence, Judith McLean, dives deep into the unruly, disruptive and often uncontainable elements of life: love and desire
QPAC Scholar in Residence Professor Judith McLean posits that although our understanding of faith has morphed over centuries, what is constantly at its core is love
Professor Judith McLean delves into the topic of the desire for opportunity and probabilities of favourable odds for the prepared mind