Critical Response Process
I am trained in facilitating Liz Lerman's Critical Response Process. Liz Lerman's Critical Response Process (CRP) is a feedback system based on the principle that the best possible outcome from a response session is for the maker to want to go back to work. Whether returning to the studio, the desk, the kitchen, or the laboratory, CRP gives tools both to people who are making work and people who are responding to that work.
Critical Response Process (CRP) is a facilitated, four-step method for giving and getting feedback on work in progress. Employed by artists, educators, and institutions around the world, it emphasises the values of dialogue, inquiry, and discovery to afford makers an active role in the critique of their own work. It mirrors effective coaching by challenging makers to integrate thought and action, make their own discoveries, and find their own solutions.
See Liz Lerman's website for more information about the process.