The Crace Study – University of Canberra
The University of Canberra’s Centre for Research and Action in Public Health is running The Crace Study, a research project that aims to shed light on whether the innovative design of Crace will have long-term benefits for the health and wellbeing of Crace residents. The research involves annual surveys of Crace residents, to gain an insight into the lives of Crace residents as the suburb grows and changes. For more information, see the study information on University of Canberra website.
The Crace Field Study – Australian National University
The Crace Field Study, by The Australian National University School of Arts Environment Studio, runs parallel with and is informed by the University of Canberra study. A group of artists are consulting with social scientists, landscape architects, planners, conservationists and members of the community, as well as undertaking field study visits to observe the growth and change of the suburb, in order to understand what makes Crace unique. For more information, see the Crace Field Study page on the ANU School of Arts website.