'Introduction to Citizen Artist' & Art-Based Research Methods
Next class starts Feb. 7, 2023
Citizen Artist, a participatory science research platform employs alternative, art-based research methodologies, empowering citizens who might not otherwise participate in scientific field research to get involved, with the potential of positively transforming our current environmental problems. To be contacted: Click Here
Field-based, In-person Workshops (Tucson, AZ) - Multiple dates and locations
'Art-based Environmental Education' or 'Forest Bathing Among Giant Saguaros'
EcoArt Expeditions and Citizen Artist™
Adventure - Education - Research - Art
Let's Go Outside!
Learn about your local ecology through place-based, embodied and sensory exploration.
Experience art as a way of knowing. Gain appreciation for the beauty of the natural environment.
Work in the field alongside naturalist, researcher, educator and artist, Dr. Lee Ann Woolery to increase your depth of knowledge and understanding of the natural world. She will teach you 'other ways of knowing' ecological systems. Learn how to read the land’s gestures, codes and signs by developing skills in keen sensory observation. And learn how to translate your experience to a visual language. Dr. Woolery promises you will gain the ability to slow down; pay attention to detail; engage in your senses beyond sight; get out of your head and into your sentient body; and truly experience the natural world - perhaps for the first time.
New Partnership – Citizen Artist™ and Ecological Society of America
We are very excited to announce . . .
ESA’s Newest Approved Scientific Content Provider is Citizen Artist™
If you are an ESA certified ecologist seeking CEU’s, you can now earn 2.25 CEU’s by completing
the 6-week online course ‘Introduction to Citizen Artist™ and Art-Based Research Methods’.
Click on link for more information on the ESA Ecologist Certification Program.
Click on link for more information on the next 'Introduction to Citizen Artist™' class.
All artwork and photos on this page copyright L.A. Woolery.
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