This Faculty Initiated Research Project has three parts: to strengthen networks of eco-artists in New York state, to help design visual materials such as seed packets, DIY manuals, and instructional materials tied to ecological resiliency in central New York, and to help maintain an eco-art garden at the Schupf Art Studios in Hamilton. As a result of this summer research, we will have new pamphlets, new images, new partners, new networks, new ideas for artistic intervention, new classroom techniques, and a thriving garden studio.
Familiarity with Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop
Interest in permaculture and gardening
Familiarity with Annotated bibliographies
Good at didactics and communication, swift reply times
Google docs and note taking
Number of Student Researchers
Applications open on 01/05/2019 and close on 02/05/2019