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Creative climate communications
ENVS 3173/THTR 4173/ATLS 4173

Course Schedule
Week 2

Tuesday, January 22

  • vocal, physical, improvisational work/warm-up
  • book check in
  • reading discussion and active processing of reading material

Provided Readings:

Reading Response #1 due on Canvas before class

Hawken, Paul (2017). Drawdown pages ix-xv.

Osnes, B., R. Safran, and M. Boykoff (2017). Student Content Production of Climate Communications. What is Sustainable Journalism? , Ed. P. Berglez, U. Olausson, and M. Ots93-111, Peter Lang.

Neal, L. (2015). Playing for Time: making art as if the world mattered. Oberon Books, pages 3-16.


Thursday, January 24

  • vocal, physical, improvisational work/warm-up
  • introduce assignment to create interviews of a partner


Optional weekend event
choreographed by Danielle Garrison (class TA, Spring 2016)

Ethered and Tethered: a liminal space
MFA candidate Danielle Garrison invites audiences into a performative laboratory that engages the body with news stories on grief. Through this gallery-style performance, audiences are welcomed to create feedback loops with aerial dance, photography, film, live sculpture, biometrics and kinesthetic sound, all while exploring the question: what exists behind screens?

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