IAEA is an inclusive group of scientists and artists interested in expanding the dialogue and discourse between a variety of scientific and artistic disciplines surrounding ecological issues relative to the southwest region of the U.S. IAEA seeks to build and develop diverse forms of engagement and instigate new perceptions on ecological issues bridging art, science, policy and public awareness.
IAEA was formed as a generative project from multiple disciplines, bringing together localized research and developing inquiries far reaching. Many of IAEA members are active as artists, researchers, and leaders.
1. Exchange and Disseminate research and information and artistic processes.
3. Develop interdisciplinary methodologies.
3. Promote partnerships and manage research.
4. Develop process for planning and proposals. (Ex. Three tier process: Categorical exclusion, public process, develop plan)
Respect Knowledge Systems
Promote an ecological ethic
Northern Arizona University (Land Conservation Initiative (LCI), School of Forestry)
Southwest Fire Science Consortium (A JFSP Knowledge Exchange consortium)
Flagstaff Arts Council
National Park Service
National Forest Service