Mary talks about how she found Kit’s film inspiring especially for how it may help people with mental health issues. She also describes how the digital storytelling workshop has inspired her to do more family history storytelling. Barbara, another storyteller from our Bournemouth workshop, gives her views on Instagram and digital media more widely and […]
Here is a short story of the project, with snippets of the interviews we carried out with many of our wonderful participants.
The Brighton workshop took place over the weekend 22nd – 24th September and saw 8 participants create stories about their experiences and passions for reading. It struck me again the variety of styles of storytelling not only in the range of media used (photography, drawing, animation and video) but also in the storytelling styles that […]
We’ve put together a short film of the Bournemouth workshop. We do hope you enjoy the film and do pass the link on!
I’m just beginning to come down off the high which was the Bournemouth workshop 21st May – 2nd June. It was a great workshop in a great setting. The Fusion building worked fantastically for our ‘storycircle’ day and provided the right kind of environment for sharing everyone’s passion for reading. We laughed and cried our […]
I’d been teaching media studies at the University of Brighton for about 10 years when I came across Digital Storytelling through the ‘Silver Stories’ project which Mark Dunford and Isobel Creed were running. Digital Stories are short engaging films made by everyday people in collaborative workshops where they are given the support and tools necessary to […]