Firing up our Artist-in-Residence Program! Introducing Coralee Miller

The FEELed Lab was delighted to welcome artist Coralee Miller as our first Artist-in-Residence in 2022. This program, which we plan to convene once a year, is intended to support dedicated local artists to further their artistic practice. Coralee joined us in May 2022 over two weekends at the Woodhaven Ecoculture Centre, which allowed her… Continue reading Firing up our Artist-in-Residence Program! Introducing Coralee Miller

Listening, Attuning

What does listening hold?What holds listening? How might listening be an act of compassion, a notice of refusal, a way to learn what is enough?How can we attune though bodies, extended in and across other bodies of difference? From 23 May – 1 June 2022, the FEELed Lab convened the first (hopefully annual!) Feminist Environmental… Continue reading Listening, Attuning

Elsewhere Participant Olga F.: Listening, Attuning

Olga F. Koroleva, Notebook

Below, Olga F., a participant in the Listening, Attuning summer symposium offers reflections on two different sessions. For Mar: . having cycled, walked, pushed – uphill scurried – downhill, greeted the plants, i sit i sit with your reminder to breathe in the river, and i know: now there is not a day when I… Continue reading Elsewhere Participant Olga F.: Listening, Attuning

Undergraduate Feature: A Field Guide to Taking the Alternative Route

The FEELed lab is beginning a blog series highlighting undergraduate work focused on intersectional and inclusive environmental humanities questions. The first undergraduate work we are featuring is Tatiana Lopez’s A Field Guide to Taking the Alternative Route. Tatiana made four posters that call attention to physically inaccessible parts of Kelowna. She is a fourth-year psychology… Continue reading Undergraduate Feature: A Field Guide to Taking the Alternative Route