SCP Arts Workshops and Discussions
SCP Arts collaborates with local artists, writers, and researchers to explore the social and ecological dimensions of human and environmental interactions.
Discussion: Environmental Justice and Narrative
Environmental Justice and Narrative
Explore how narrative can be a powerful lens to understand systemic injustice and reimagine an environmentally just future. Shannon Gibney, award-winning author, educator, and activist, and Shalini Gupta, environmental policy researcher, writer, and advocate, join University of St. Thomas faculty Olga Herrera (English), Todd Lawrence (English), Ande Nesmith (Social Work), Chip Small (Environmental Science), and Maria Dahmus (Sustainable Communities Partnership) to delve into the intersection of environmental justice and narrative.
Workshop: Liberatory Futures: Freeing the Imagination Through Writing
Experience how creative writing can empower us to reimagine systems of injustice and envision an environmentally just future. Join us for a virtual creative writing workshop with award-winning author, Shannon Gibney, to explore this question through sci-fi writing. April 29, 6-7:30pm. Registration information here. (Photo by Kristine Heykants)
Workshop: Visual Storytelling
Coming soon. Local artist Jessica Turtle explores visual storytelling as a compelling way to integrate social and ecological dimensions of human and environmental interactions into courses across disciplines and into your own work to initiate dialogue. (Artwork by Jessica Turtle)