I Research  Art, Place & 
Everyday Life

Dr Amelia Green researches art, place and everyday life.


Amelia's current major project investigates how local communities and tourists experience Australian silo art, and the impact of these experiences on wellbeing.


She is passionate about understanding and demonstrating the multi-faceted (cultural, social, symbolic, economic etc.) value and impact of silo art, street art, murals and other public art as influential components of contemporary Australia's broader creative, cultural and tourism landscape.

Amelia also specialises in innovative and rigorous research methods, data management, analytical processes, research software and other knowledge solutions to support evidence-based strategy development, decision-making and audience engagement. 

Expertise in: 

  • Writing

  • Social research

  • Academic publishing

  • Arts + Cultural strategy

  • Place branding strategy

  • Stakeholder engagement

  • Art-based research methods

  • Relationships between art + place

  • Qualitative + Quantitative methods

  • Art + Tourism audience development

  • Storytelling + Story-listening methods

  • Contemporary rural and regional tourism

  • Research software e.g. LimeSurvey, NVivo

  • Community engagement evidence and data

  • Evidencing the impact of art + cultural projects

Adjunct Research Fellow 

Department of Marketing, Griffth University 

Gold Coast campus, Australia

International Research Network

Denmark based NGO - Street Studies

Garnisonen 38, Ringsted, Denmark


Silo art in Brim, by Guido van Helten - Image Karen Simpson (2019) 
Public space in Camden, United Kingdom (2014)

Association Membership 

International Place Branding Association 

Consumer Culture Theory Consortium 

Art Association of Australia and New Zealand

Institute of Place Management (Associate)