The Hollywood Forest Story—Eco-Social Art Practice for the Symbiocene: a new article by Cathy Fitzgerald for US Minding Nature journal

One of the key reasons why I can share indepth knowledge of ecoliteracy to other creatives, artists, art educators and cultural policy makers, is because I continue my work on my ongoing eco-social art practice, The Hollywood Forest Story (begun 2008). This ecological art practice was the basis for my doctoral research that contributes a new theory-method framework to the ecological field. So I was thrilled to be asked to share my practice and outline my research in a leading US website and journal, Minding Nature, organised by the Centre for Humans and Nature.

Read my post from my Hollywood Forest Story blog below:

The Hollywood Forest Story : An Eco-Social Art Practice | Co. Carlow Ireland

I was thrilled and a little bit nervous to be asked to write an article about Hollywood Forest and my creative practice for the US Minding Nature journal over the summer. MINDING NATURE is a journal exploring conservation values and the practice of ecological democratic citizenship

I have been following this fantastic multidisciplinary journal for the Centre for Humans and Nature for many years and it introduced me to the most amazing thought leaders for the ecological emergency: writer and ecological philosopher Kathleen Dean Moore, Indigenous scientist writer Robin Kimmerer, philosopher Glenn Albrecht and the work of many more creative people as well. Do sign up for their newsletter and see their invitation to publish too.

I wish to thank Contributing Editor Jeremy Ohmes for patiently guiding my article through the editing process and the very kind encouragement from Editor-in-Chief Bruce Jennings.

Wow, ‘the little wood that could’ is bringing…

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