Just Released: Engaged Scholarship & the Arts


Check out our Spring 2019 special issue on Engaged Scholarship & the Arts. It highlights examples of engaging people and their communities through the arts; walking along streets and places to spark critical dialogue (e.g., to museums, artists’ studios, public art or graffiti in the built environment); embracing the roles of an artist, a researcher, an educator, an activist, a community-builder and a leader through arts-based research; and pursuing teaching through the arts. Creative processes were drawn from literary forms, performance, visual, new media, folk art, and popular art forms, poetry (including spoken word), theatre, quilting, storytelling (including Métissage), dance, video, Indigenous arts, music, collage, installation, and other creative or exploratory group processes.