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Phil Weaver-Stoesz

Biography: 

Phil Stoesz is a facilitator, educator and creator who works at the intersection of service and imagination. He got his MFA in Theatre Directing from ASU in 2017 where he focused on arts/science collaboration, developing new works, and applied creativity. His thesis project was a Science and Art festival in partnership with the Desert Botanical Gardens.

Currently at ASU, he is an Instructor of Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Critical Response where he teaches project-based learning, feedback methodology, essential skills for leadership, and facilitates feedback in service to the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Immersive Creation Studio, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, and the Graduate College.

Phil is a certified Critical Response Process Facilitator and Trainer and has led workshops in the method for ASU leadership, the Michael Chekhov Institute, the Antwerp Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Google, and dozens of other institutions.

He works to maintain a healthy ecology of practice, which includes co-directing a community-based project on coming-of-age stories, hosting community-based art making, teaching and training runners, and maintaining a practice of physical and digital artmaking.

Spring 2022
Course NumberCourse Title
HDA 296Creative Futures: Studio
HDA 496Creative Futures: Adv. Studio
Fall 2021
Course NumberCourse Title
HDA 296Creative Futures: Studio
THP 494Special Topics
DCE 494Special Topics
HDA 494Special Topics
HDA 496Creative Futures: Adv. Studio
THP 598Special Topics
HDA 598Special Topics
DCE 598Special Topics
Spring 2021
Course NumberCourse Title
HDA 296Creative Futures: Studio
HDA 496Creative Futures: Adv. Studio
Fall 2020
Course NumberCourse Title
HDA 296Creative Futures: Studio