Creative Praxis artwork. Hands working on pottery.

Interdisciplinary Creativity for Climate Solutions

In our final episode this season, we bring on the other two people who worked on the Creativity Lab project with us–Hannah Celinski and Chantelle Marlor. We discuss what we learned about interdisciplinary idea generation in the context of sustainability and climate resilience. We dig into how creativity is critical to developing adaptive solutions, and the important questions and skills that creativity studies can offer sustainability. The emotional dimensions of collaboration are another part of the conversation along with how focused time and space for generative conversations about actionable solutions can connect us across differences or disciplines.  Mentioned in this episode: Dr. Lolehawk Buker.