Instructors: Noah Kenneally, PhD(c) OISE-UofT, Dr. Julia Gray, Holland Bloorview, Dr. Clara Juando-Prats, St. Michael’s Hospital
Summary: This 4 day workshop was designed to deepen participants’ knowledge and practice of graphic, visual, and performative methods as part of their research or teaching. The four modules began an introduction to using arts (visual and performance) in research practices and progressively moved to more advanced content specific to three areas of arts as research practice.
Dates: June 24-27th, 2019
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“Visual Arts as a Research Practice: Sketching, Drawing, and Comics”
Instructors: Noah Kenneally, PhD(c) OISE-UofT and Dr. Clara Juando-Prats, AHRC/IPBR, St. Michael’s Hospital
Date and Location: Wednesday May 30th, June 6th, and June 13th 2018,
5.30 pm – 9 pm
Summary: This three-day workshop was an introduction to using graphic arts (drawing, sketching, comics, and mixed media) as a research practice. Participants explored perception through the use of graphic arts in research; experimented and developed reflexive and observational research skills based on visual arts techniques; learned arts-based tools to generate data; and identified and practiced different analytical processes. Using a social critical lens, this workshop supported the development of graphic research skills that could be used in every phase of the research process.
For further details, see attached poster
Other Workshop Topics Include:
- Qualitative Interpretation and Analysis
- Moving beyond Interviews: Using Creative Methods in Qualitative Health Research
- Doing Qualitative Research with Children and Youth
- SHOW AND TELL: Articulating your Methods to Reveal the Quality of your Research