The Critical Response Process in Action:
A webinar in celebration of the release of Critique Is Creative
Friday, November 4 at 12:30 PM
Over the course of 30 years, Liz Lerman’s Critical Response Process (CRP) has transformed the practice of feedback in arts, education, and civic life. Both a structured method and a flexible set of principles, CRP is now the focus of its first in-depth study in book form. Join us for this celebration of the release of Critique Is Creative: The Critical Response Process in Theory and Action to hear from co-authors Liz Lerman and John Borstel and some of 21 contributors to the book’s exploration of CRP and its applications. With samples from the book and lively conversation, the session will touch on such topics as:
– What do we mean by “good feedback” and how can it enhance creative process?
– How do feedback principles like relationship-building, agency, and inquiry function in teaching and learning?
– How can changes in the ways we give and get feedback impact current-day reckonings of equity, justice, and consent?
Produced in partnership with Wesleyan University Press and Wesleyan University Center for the Arts in affiliation with Alternate ROOTS, American Lyric Theater, Cultural Pluralism Arts Movement Ontario (CPAMO), Dance & BMore, Dance Exchange, David Geffen School of Drama at Yale, Green Music Center/Sonoma State University, Jacob’s Pillow, New York Theatre Workshop, Rising Youth Theatre, Willson Center for Humanities and Arts/University of Georgia, and Yerba Buena Cultural Center.
This event is part of the UGA Spotlight on the Arts festival. More information on the 2022 Spotlight on the Arts festival, including a schedule of events, can be found at arts.uga.edu.