Digital Skills for Storytellers - Practice Sharing Day
Many storytellers have experience of working with digital tools as part of their work - whether making films, podcasts, using Skype for performance, working with digital archives. Some festivals stream content live. What other creative possibilities are opened up by digital technology and online connectivity?
This event offers a friendly gathering for storytellers at all levels of experience to pool and share their expertise in digital technology with others. The day will include space to explore current and potential future digital practices and will be programmed on the basis of responses to the following questionnaire https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/2PJ58NN
The session is a chance to explore:
What does digital mean in relationship to storytelling?
How does it help?
What can it do?
What are the issues?
What are the challenges?
What else might we explore?
What information, contacts and networks do we need?
Book your place now and look forward to sharing ideas and conversation in the New Year
For more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org
£10 plus booking fee - lunch and refreshments included.
At the Zen Room, the ATRiuM, at University of South Wales, Adam Road, Cardiff, CF24 2FN
in partnership with the George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling
The Atrium (View)
University of South Wales, Adam Street
Cardiff CF24 2FN
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|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|