Universities and non-profits are increasingly asking scholars to craft more interdisciplinary research, with greater public impact and more possibility for student involvement and training.
In this month’s Ideas on Fire webinar, Dr. Aymar Jean Christian, founder of OTV: Open Television, introduces researchers to a framework for crafting arts-based research and community-based projects that provide robust data and narratives for scholarly publication, meaningful resources to communities, experimentation in artistry, and the possibility for critique in both method and theory.
The session uses OTV: Open Television, a platform for web-based, local, intersectional television as a springboard to discussing the practice of public, engaged, and critical research.
Art-Based Research and Community-Based Projects with Aymar Jean Christian
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