Susan Davis is Deputy Dean Research in the School of Education and the Arts at Central Queensland University. She is a teacher, writer, and researcher who has worked across educational, community, and university contexts. Her research and creative practice has focused on the arts, education, sustainability, creativity, and creative non-fiction. She has co-curated two “Wild/flower Women” exhibitions featuring the work of Kathleen McArthur and Judith Wright. Kathleen McArthur was also the focus of her Fryer Fellowship in 2018.
ArticlesHidden away at the ends of streets, behind suburban parks and community assets, there remain remnants of the coastal wallum heathlands that once stretched from Caloundra to Noosa, in Queensland, Australia. From late July to September, these areas explode with colour, a springtime wonderland of white wedding bush, delicate ground orchids, the pastels and brilliance of pink boronias, purple...Read more