Urban Farming and the Agricultural Show

Bethaney TURNER, Joanna HENRYKS, Kirsten WEHNER, George Main

    Research output: Non-textual formWeb publication/site

    Abstract

    This website emerges from a joint research project between the Faculty of Arts and Design at the University of Canberra and the National Museum of Australia.

    In 2011 Joanna Henryks and Bethaney Turner from the University of Canberra approached the Museum proposing a joint research project exploring the institution’s rich collection of historical artefacts associated with agricultural shows. They started working with curators George Main and Kirsten Wehner, from the People and the Environment program, developing a concept that aimed to trace how agricultural shows, past and present, have helped shape understandings of the relationships between food, people and place
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationCanberra, Australia
    PublisherNational Museum of Australia
    Publication statusPublished - 2013

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    TURNER, B. (Author), HENRYKS, J. (Author), WEHNER, K. (Author), & Main, G. (Author). (2013). Urban Farming and the Agricultural Show. Web publication/site, Canberra, Australia: National Museum of Australia. Retrieved from http://www.nma.gov.au/explore/features/urban_farming_agricultural_show/home
    TURNER, Bethaney (Author) ; HENRYKS, Joanna (Author) ; WEHNER, Kirsten (Author) ; Main, George (Author). / Urban Farming and the Agricultural Show. [Web publication/site].
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    TURNER B (Author), HENRYKS J (Author), WEHNER K (Author), Main G (Author). Urban Farming and the Agricultural Show Canberra, Australia: National Museum of Australia. 2013.