Join this workshop to explore how we can tell our collective stories where the subjects of the story are the ones shaping it.
When telling a collective story – a story of a community – are you concerned with ideas of agency, representation, meaningful participation, and informed consent?
Traditional storytelling methods, such as writing up case studies, commissioning a video production, or brainstorming a campaign messaging can feel constraining, arbitrary, and disingenuous. In this session, we will draw inspiration from emerging practices, such as Socially Engaged Practice in art and more notably in photography, and Marshall Ganz’s Public Narrative structure, which can support us reframe how and who tells stories.
This workshop is an opportunity to share our experiences with you and, more importantly, an introduction to how you might use this method in your own work. This method can be applied to the creation of many different mediums like a film, a podcast, a photography exhibition, a campaign, a stakeholder consultation, or a research exercise.
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