….and other forms of media that might interest you.
At the end of each course, students are responsible for presenting their experiences and what they learned during their time in the field. In the past, we have staked out interesting amphitheaters and art studios as venues for student PechaKucha presentations. Students presented to us, to their peers, and to any social innovators who wanted to attend the presentations. This year’s class wanted to create a lasting presentation for a larger audience. Thus, the 2013 Field School Magazine was born!
The entire 2013 cohort contributed articles, photographs, design and editing skills over the course of many hours. Explore the magazine if you are looking for some more nuanced insights into the course.
We look forward to future issues from future cohorts!