“Art and Doucmentaries in Climate Communication"

A Review and Participant-Voiced Poetic Inquiry

Authors

  • Sheila C. Mullooly Portland State University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18432/ari29625

Keywords:

climate change, documentary, poetic inquiry, social change, visual art, review

Abstract

The following is a review, participant-voiced poetic inquiry, and commentary on the article, “Art and Documentaries in Climate Communication: Experiencing the Reality of Climate Change and Leading the Way to Change.” Liselotte Roosen and Christian Klockner (2020) published this case study as part of a more extensive research project, Climart, funded by the Norwegian Research Council. In this review, I consider the relationships between artworks, researchers, and audience participants. I offer a participant-voiced poetic inquiry of the arts-based research project. I address the project’s goals for social/political/cultural change, its local and global contexts, and future implications. 

Author Biography

Sheila C. Mullooly, Portland State University

Sheila C. Mullooly  is a Doctoral Candidate in Educational Leadership & Policy, and Futures Fellow at Portland State University. Her research interests include IHE futures, arts-based research (ABR) related to social change and translingualism. Sheila also holds a BA in Biology (Grinnell College), a Diplomaed Artist Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst (University of Applied Sciences & Art of Central Switzerland), and an MA Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Studies (University of Queensland, Australia).

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Published

2022-03-26

How to Cite

Mullooly, S. C. . (2022). “Art and Doucmentaries in Climate Communication" : A Review and Participant-Voiced Poetic Inquiry. Art/Research International: A Transdisciplinary Journal, 7(1), 298–313. https://doi.org/10.18432/ari29625