Critical Response Process
NOTE: This workshop has passed.
We are thrilled to once again offer a workshop on Critical Response Process (CRP) to the Tisch community! Hosted by the Dean's Office and the Tisch Initiative for Creative Research, this year's CRP Workshop will be offered during Community Week and everyone at Tisch is welcome to participate.
The Critical Response Process, created by Liz Lerman, is a four-step process that combines the power of questions with the focus and challenge of informed dialogue. Since its inception, CRP has supported artists of all disciplines, as well as elected officials, leaders of arts and cultural institutions, educators, scientists and many more.
These workshops will be beneficial to you if you have ever thought about or are curious about: the importance of asking questions, getting to neutrality, recognizing and understanding personal biases and how to filter them out of conversations, of saying know, the benefits of saying know, feedback as a form of critical dialogue or discourse and how artists can work through unwanted feedback.
Click HERE for more information about our 2020 workshop.
If you were unable to make the workshop and are interested in learning more about how to utilize CRP in your department or classroom, please reach out to our Program Administrator, Erika Moore, at email@example.com.