Arts-Based Evaluation and Stress. By Andy Johnson

Arts-Based Evaluation and Stress. By Andy Johnson

Arts-based evaluation uses artistic techniques to collect, evaluate, and report data. My approach to ABE relies on applied neuroaesthetics, or the science of how our brains interpret and produce art. As each part of the brain controls multiple functions, seeing or...
Your qualitative research project wants to be a comic book. Here’s ours. By Jeff Severns Guntzel

Your qualitative research project wants to be a comic book. Here’s ours. By Jeff Severns Guntzel

I never read comic books as a kid. I fell in love with them as a grown man in 2004 when McSweeney’s published the 13th issue of their quarterly, which was “an assorted sampler of North American comic drawings, strips, and illustrated stories.” I spent hours and hours immersed in comics for the first time in my life. The comics artists featured in the issue were grappling with the questions and quagmires of existence, big and small. Kim Deitch got to know a death row inmate, was present at his execution, and told the story in his 6-page comic, “Ready to Die.”

Necessary Components. By Amanda Bennett

Necessary Components. By Amanda Bennett

“In addition to political organizing, their work showed me that it was possible to use my research and academic training to facilitate positive, tangible changes in the lives of others.” – Amanda Bennett

Why a Cooperative Model? By Keith Miller

Why a Cooperative Model? By Keith Miller

TerraLuna Collaborative formed in early 2013 around the founding members’ dining room tables, on front porches, and in coffee shops. We didn’t know if what we were building would work, but we each had a vision for the kind of work we wanted to do, the kind of...

TerraLuna is hiring an Operations Associate

UPDATE: This position has been filled. Thanks to all of the amazing people who applied.  Do you believe we can collaboratively heal our communities (and ourselves) and eliminate inequities by helping organizations create the impact to which they aspire? We do too. Do...