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Community Stream Diverse 2008
Community Stream Diverse 2008
Community Stream Diverse 2008
Community Stream Diverse 2008
Community Stream Diverse 2008
Community Stream Diverse 2008
Community Stream Diverse 2008
Community Stream Diverse 2008
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Community Stream Diverse 2008

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  • 1. CommunityStream Community engagement activities were documented as digital video stories, and made available online via a web portal Ken Newman, University of Portsmouth
  • 2. Aims & objectives > produce stories about community engagement > use these stories to establish and promote the CommunityStream as a resource for community engagement > encourage and support community groups in Portsmouth and Amsterdam to produce their own stories so that the CommunityStream resource becomes self sustaining > to have at least one of the productions combine Portsmouth- and Amsterdam- based students, and have both a Dutch and English version
  • 3. stories about community engagement Portsmouth: Halloween Students of community theatre in CCI together with Dot-to-Dot (Arts) produced a Halloween performance/party/activity in an underprivileged housing estate. The story of the activity, told by interviews with the students, footage from the activity itself, and some comments from the audience/participants, is a valuable resource for others undertaking similar projects. Amsterdam: GraffitiStream Students Social Work organized together with Nisa for Nisa (Moroccan women for Moroccan women) a series of graffiti-workshops for Moroccan women. These workshops are filmed and the art pieces were exhibited in Amsterdam-Slotervaart en Slotermeer.
  • 4. CommunityStream video portal http://halloween.communitystream.org http://graffitistream.communitystream.org
  • 5. establish and promote CommunityStream Portsmouth: press coverage, articles, lectures Amsterdam: inform social work organisations
  • 6. CommunityStream self sustaining Video kit and manual for non-techy users it is easy to produce stories SlingerTV A Dutch initiative to give a “push” (slinger) to society. Take over CommunityStream ( www.slinger.nu ), logo already implemented
  • 7. combine Portsmouth- and Amsterdam- based students December 2007 Amsterdam “tech”students helped Portsmouth art student producing the Halloween story April 2008 Portsmouth “tech” students helped Amsterdam social work students producing GraffitiStream
  • 8. combine Portsmouth- and Amsterdam- based students December 2007 Amsterdam “tech”students helped Portsmouth art student producing the Halloween story (video-conference + live) April 2008 Portsmouth “tech” students helped Amsterdam social work students producing GraffitiStream (video-conference + live)
  • 9. Questions?!

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