We’ve just confirmed nearly all our speakers at our Digital Skills For Storytellers Sharing Dat on 12th January 2020.
Taking place at the Atrium, University of South Wales, the day is aimed at gathering 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.
We are bringing advise and examples from a variety of speakers to spark ideas and discussions.
Our confirmed schedule of speakers include:
10.15 – 10.45: Using Digital Tools and Platforms to Promote Storytelling
Daniel Morden shares examples of creating The Devil’s Violin film trailers plus podcasts
10.45 – 11.30: Performing Live via Digital: Developing Audiences
Tim Ralphs, Jenny Babenko: Fairy Gifts in Cyberspace, a Live Digital Broadcast on Facebook LIVE
Daniel Morden: Performing via Skype
11.35 – 11.45 Break
11.45 – 12.15: Making and Disseminating Stories through Digital Archives
Emily Underwood-Lee on creating archives, using life story and digital storytelling, including Forty Voices Forty Years in collaboration with Welsh Women’s Aid and The Modern Story of Orchards and Cider Making in Wales in collaboration with the Welsh Perry and Cider Society
12.15 – 12.45: – Session 4: Digital Storytelling Discussion, facilitated by Emily Underwood-Lee
Issues, Questions, Resources, Ideas
1.15 – 2.00: Sharon Clark from Raucous Theatre: creating theatre performances with digital technology sewn into the narrative fabric https://www.raucous.org.uk/
2.15 – 3.00: Alison John from Yellow Brick – using space (inside and outside, digital and physical) to tell stories: http://yellobrick.co.uk/case-study/traces/
3.00 – 3.45: Robin Moore – Head of Innovation, BBC Wales. https://www.bbc.co.uk/academy/en/articles/art20170703150502310
Further information and tickets can be purchased from Brown Paper Tickets.