CV

Education

  • PhD student (Environmental Psychology), University of Western Australia, Supervisor W/Prof Carmen Lawrence, 2013-ongoing;
  • Bachelor of Arts (Art), Curtin University of Technology, 2008 – 2012;
  • Bachelor of Science (Psychology), First class Honours, Curtin University of Technology, 2001 – 2005;
  • Special Art secondary scholarship, Kalamunda Senior High School, 1997 – 2000.

Roles

Residencies

Solo exhibitions

  • Built to last, PS Art Space, Fremantle, April 2018;
  • Date with disaster, Free range gallery, Perth, June 2016;
  • You too must seek the sun, Kurb Gallery, Perth, March 2014;

Group exhibitions / projects

  • Town of Claremont Art Award, September 2017;
  • A Space Between, Paper Mountain, Northbridge, August 2017;
  • PS Upstairs PS Art Space, Fremantle, May 2017;
  • Brilliant, Moores Building, Fremantle, Australia, March 2017;
  • Spinnereirundgang, Spinnerei Halle 14, Leipzig, Germany September 2015;
  • Wer ist diese Stadt? Kunstfest Neustadt, Leipzig, Germany, July 2015;
  • Grand Lane Light Locker – public art commission, Sept-Dec 2014;
  • Featured artist, OnWilliam Collectable Christmas Cards, December 2012;
  • Curtin Graduate Show, Curtin University – November 2012;
  • Featured artist, Windows on Williams, Northbridge Festival, November 2010;
  • Commissioned mural, Mojo’s bar, North Fremantle, July 2010;
  • Commissioned mural, Ezra Pound bar, Northbridge, December 2009;
  • Condor tower street art project, curated by Ololo, July 2009;
  • Commissioned mural, RTRfm, Mount Lawley, June 2009;
  • Make a Move: National Youth Week, The Perth Town Hall, March 2009;
  • The Community Exhibits, The Breadbox Gallery, Feb 2009;
  • The Ponies, Spectrum Gallery, May 2008.
  • Curated ‘Photovoice’ project – with urban Indigenous youth for honours research -opened by Minister for the Culture and Arts – 2005

Awards

  • Pilotenkueche Stipend Award – international Artist in Residence – Leipzig, 2015;
  • Art Studio Award – Curtin School of Design and Art, top 3rd year student 2012;
  • Member of the Vice-Chancellor’s List, top 1% of undergraduates – 2011;
  • National Youth Week artist – 2009;

Collections

  • Artbank National Collection- The Pits Stop #1/2, 2017, Digital print on polymer, ice dyed canvas, synthetic polymer, 125x125cm;

Bibliography

  • Co-Interview: Danielle Reynolds and Jenn Garland. Artist in Residence series. PICA.
  • Undercurrent, reported by Angela Albuquerque, WTV, 11 June 2016;
  • Eye Candy for the pineapple hungry, Bitchslap magazine, Copenhagen, August 2014;
  • Curtin Graduate Show, exhibition guide, 2012;
  • Featured artist in MD Magazine (Edition 2) 2009;
  • The Ponies (Edition 10, May 2008; Edition 9, Feb 2008; Edition 7, Aug 2007);
  • Mother has Words (Edition 3, Jan 2008).

Scientific publications

[Maiden name, Jennifer Price, is used]

  • Leviston, Z., Walker, I,., Green, M., & Price, J. (2018). Linkages between ecosystem services and human wellbeing: A Nexus Webs approach. Ecological Indicators,  93.
  • Boschetti, F., Gaffier, C., Price, J., Moglia, M., & Walker, I. (2017). Myths of the City. Sustainability Science, 12(4), 611-620
  • Boschetti, F., Gaffier, C., Moglia, M., Walker, I., &; Price, J. (2017). Citizens’ perception of the resilience of Australian cities. Sustainability Science, 12(3), 345-364.
  • Richert, C., Boschetti, F., Walker, I., Price, J., & Grigg, N. (2017). Testing the consistency between goals and policies for sustainable development: mental models of how the world works today are inconsistent with mental models of how the world will work in the future. Sustainability Science, 12(1), 45-64.
  •  Boschetti, F., Price, J., & Walker, I. (2016). Myths of the future and scenario archetypes. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 111, 76-85.
  • Boschetti, F., Walker, I., & Price, J. (2016). Modelling and attitudes to the future. Ecological modelling. 322. 71-81.
  • Walker, I., Leviston, Z., Price, J., & Devine-Wright, P. (2015). Responses to a worsening environment: relative deprivation mediates between place attachments and behavior. European Journal of Social Psychology. 45(7). 833-846.
  • Price, J., Fielding, K., Leviston, Z., Green, M., & Gardner, J. (2015). Developing effective messages about potable recycled water: The importance of message structure and content. Water Resources Research. 51. 2174–2187.
  • Fielding, K., Gardner, J., Leviston, Z., & Price, J. (2015). Comparing public perceptions of alternative water sources for potable use: The case of rainwater, stormwater, desalinated water, and recycled water. Water Resources Management. 29(12):4501- 4518.
  • Devine-Wright, P., Price, J., & Leviston, Z. (2014). My country or my planet? Exploring the influence of multiple place attachments and ideological beliefs upon climate change attitudes and opinions. Global Environmental Change. 30. 68-79.
  • Price, J. C., Walker, I. A., & Boschetti, F. (2014). Measuring cultural values and beliefs about environment to identify their role in climate change responses. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 37, 8-20.
  • Price, J. C., & Leviston, Z. (2014). Predicting pro-environmental agricultural practices: The social, psychological and contextual influences on land management. Journal of Rural Studies, 34, 65-78.
  • Moloney, G., Leviston, Z., Lynam, T., Price, J., Stone-Jovicich, S., & Blair, D. (2014). Using social representations theory to make sense of climate change: Crossing the great divide. What scientists and non-scientists in Australia think. Ecology and Society. 19(3 19):19.
  • Leviston, Z., Price, J., & Bishop, B. (2014). Imagining climate change: the role of implicit associations and affective psychological distancing in climate change responses. European Journal of Social Psychology. 44:441-454.
  •  Price, J., Fielding, K., & Leviston, Z. (2012). Supporters and opponents of potable recycled water: culture and cognition in the Toowoomba referendum. Society & Natural Resources, 25(10), 980-995.
  • Boschetti, F., Richert, C., Walker, I., Price, J., & Dutra, L. (2012). Assessing attitudes and cognitive styles of stakeholders in environmental projects involving computer modelling. Ecological Modelling, 247, 98-111.
  •  Leviston, Z., Price, J. C., & Bates, L. E. (2011). Key influences on the adoption of improved land management practice in rural Australia: The role of attitudes, values and situation. Rural Society, 20(2), 142-159.