ASC! Project Knowledge Sharing
ASC! PROJECT (2013-2018)
A Research Project on Art for Social Change (ASC) in Canada
Outputs and Activities
Art for Social Change (ASC) Web: an online interactive teaching and learning resource for community-engaged participatory arts
Co-Producing Narratives on Access to Care in Rural Communities: Using Digital Storytelling to Foster Social Inclusion of Young People Experiencing Psychosis
Limitless: Inclusive Dance Creation as Pedagogy and Advocacy through Social Media Creation, production and distribution of three inclusion advocacy mixed-ability dance videos.
Terms of Engagement: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Artistic Experimentation in the Rencontres/Encounters Project. A Dialogue of Sorts.
Re-approaching community development through the arts: a ‘critical mixed methods’ study of social circus in Quebec
May I have this dance? Teaching performing and transforming in a university-community mixed-ability dance theatre project.
Teaching, Community Engagement and Social Change, Ed Talks. By Teaching Centre, University of Lethbridge
Report on the Questionnaire Survey Conducted among Social Circus Participants at the “Rassemblement” Event, Quebec, May 2014
Ethics in Community-University-Artist Partnered Research: Tensions, Contradictions and Gaps Identified Mid-Way in a Five-year Multi-Institutional 'arts for social change' project.
"Of Spectacle and Collective Resistance: Rethinking the relationships between ‘Symbolic’ and ‘Direct’ Action” in Radicalism
Re-framing the evaluation conundrum in a 5-year multi-institutional arts-for-social-change partnership: a multi-scalar, context-specific, theory-driven approach
Rêve Général Illimité? the Role of Creative Protest in Transforming the Dynamics of Space and Time during the 2012 Quebec Student Strike
Masked Protest in the Age of Austerity: State Violence, Anonymous Bodies, and Resistance “In the Red”
Performing ‘In The Red’: Transformations and Tensions in Repertoires of Contestation during the 2012 Quebec Student Strike
Performing in the Red: Creative Protest, the Quebec Student Movement and Anti-Austerity Activism in the 21st Century