UK Environmental Artist, Chris Drury, won the prestigious 2013 HC Coombs Creative Arts Fellowship and was hosted by the Humanities Research Centre and the School of Art.
The School of Art Sculpture Workshop provided access to their facilities, tools and equipment, expertise and support.
Chris Drury's project was to create a site specific environmental sculpture in the ANU International Sculpture Park titled: The Way of Trees, Earth and Water.
As a more public aspect of the 2013 H C Coombs Fellowship, and as a contribution to the Canberra Centenary Festival, Chris Drury spoke at the International Sculpture Symposium held at the National Gallery of Australia 10-12 May, 2013. The Symposium SCULPTURE: Space and Place, was convened by the ANU and the National Gallery of Australia as a feature event in the Centenary Program. The focus on sculpture celebrated Canberra's public sculpture around the city and the ANU Campus.