Are you interested in partnering with artists, scientists and communities to co-design and facilitate projects related to climate change?
CU Boulder graduate students in the arts, sciences, humanities and interdisciplinary programs, and artists and arts organizations in Colorado are invited to apply to become part of the Art + Science + Action Partnerships 2021–22 cohort. The program is co-organized by the Office for Outreach and Engagement and Boulder County Arts Alliance (BCAA). See the Program Details and Information page to learn more and applyby Monday September 13, 2021. Register to join an info session on Tues Aug. 10 or Friday Sept. 10 from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. Contact program co-leads Lisa Schwartz, at the office or Charlotte LaSasso at BCAA with your questions.
Cohort members will participate in a learning community to develop as collaborative leaders who:
Facilitate interdisciplinary partnerships with communities in Colorado that impact place-based environmental and social issues related to climate change.
Address issues of power, diversity, equity and inclusion in collaborative, community-engaged research, teaching, and creative work.