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Comments from students who completed a recent Citizen Artist & Art-Based Research Methods course.
"Dr. Woolery is so incredibly knowledgeable in this topic. Not only is her own experience and research vast but she is incredibly generous with her time and my zoom sessions with her were very helpful and inspiring."
" This was amazing and really mind opening."
"Getting to know a plant form through its shadow was so engaging – the concentration put me in another zone."
"The ABPE protocols are amazing!"
"I have never had a professor so dedicated to both her work and the audience who received it. I believe she has been one of the most helpful professors I have ever had. She challenges you and guides you in those challenges, making it the most thrilling journey of growth I have had in my education career. "
© 2022 EcoArt Expeditions and Citizen Artist
Citizen Artist, a new participatory science research platform employs alternative research methodologies, empowering citizens who might not otherwise engage in participatory science research to get involved, with the potential of positively transforming our current environmental problems.
Citizen Artist Goals
-Inspire new audiences.
-Provide an accessible research platform grounded in multimodal knowledge systems and sensory-based modalities.
-Address our most critical environmental issues.
We at Citizen Artist believe in inclusivity and that the advancement of science to the exclusion of alternative perspectives and voices may leave out an entire population of creative co-collaborators.
*** NEW 6-week On-Line Course with weekly live/virtual 90-minute classes. ***
Choose a Tuesday or Thursday class (identical curriculum)
'Introduction to Citizen Artist &
Art-Based Research Methods'
TO REGISTER - CLICK ON YOUR CHOICE OF CLASS DAY & TIME
*Check your time zone to determine which day is the best fit for you.
Registration fee - $175 for 6-week course
Learn alternative field-based science research methodologies applicable
to your community driven participatory science research project.
This course is designed as an introduction to alternative field-based science research methodologies that have application to studies in ecological systems change. The ABPE protocols may also have application to your participatory research or citizen science projects or to your environmental education curriculum. *No need for an art background or art experience.
This class is for you if you are a citizen science project manager, leader in community conservation, environmental educator, graduate or Ph.D. student or a classroom teacher and you are interested in exploring research methodologies that are grounded in multimodal knowledge systems, a pathway to bring underserved populations to science.
This course is taught by Dr. Lee Ann Woolery, Research Director at Citizen Artist. With a focus on divergent ways of knowing, Dr. Woolery pioneered Art-Based Perceptual Ecology, (ABPE) an alternative research methodology for conducting scientific field-based ecological research. Dr. Woolery holds a Ph.D. in Environmental Studies from Antioch University New England and a master’s degree from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. For more information on Dr. Woolery and her research go to: About Dr. Woolery
If you are interested in a more focused and one-on-one study of Art-Based Perceptual Ecology research methods and their application to your area of study, ask about the 9-month Citizen Artist Apprenticeship Program. Starts November 2022. Send your contact information and questions here in the Contact Form.