Essential Ecoliteracy for your Creative Practice, Teaching or Professional Art Services

For everyone, it is hard to ignore the grim reports about environmental decline and the increasing suffering it is causing across the world. Young people are protesting, the scientists warnings are more than alarming, and even cultural institutions are beginning to talk about sustainability goals.

  • Feeling overwhelmed, isolated and concerned about the planetary environmental emergency?

  • Do you sense cultural responses are needed for these urgent times? That future arts funding will be increasingly directed to this topic?

  • Do you wish to respond through your creative practice or teach others about this topic but don’t know where to start?

As creatives (in all art disciplines), art and craft teachers, art managers, art researchers and cultural policy-writers, you might already be asking:

  • “How can I approach these urgent realities effectively and confidently in my creative work and for others that I might teach?”

  • “Does this mean I have to learn about science, ecology, climate change, biodiversity, sustainability? “

  • “Cathy – I know nothing about these areas! Isn’t it all too complicated!!?”

Introducing the pilot Essential Ecoliteracy online course with Cathy Fitzgerald PhD

In this supportive, SELF-PACED in-depth online course – you can learn from home in your own time, over a 6-week period.

Each week you will have access to video lessons, resources and opportunities to connect with fellow participants and cover the essential aspects of ecological knowledge – ecoliteracy. You can also connect with myself and others in a small weekly online Live Group Meeting or take advantage of mentoring/coaching during the course. From this course, you will gain confidence and competence for this urgent new topic that is rarely available in contemporary art education, art teacher or curator training or in art administration courses.

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