WNR.sg - Up-Close Session, The Place of Story

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The Place of Story
Storymapping.org and Witness Tree Programs

By Mr Joe Lambert
Founder and Executive Director
Center for Digital Storytelling
USA

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  • Bishan Park
  • The first project by CDS was a three year collaboration with the Ukiah Player’s Theater in Mendocino County, CA. The project made digital stories, a theatrical production involving some 22 participants, and a touring one woman show. The project inspired the beginning of storymapping.org, as the research site fore CDS work in storymapping.
  • Joe met Carroll as part of the 2002 project in the Eastside community of San Diego, and invited her to participate in the 2003 Digital Storytelling Festival in Sedona. Carroll presented her award winning The Dawn At My Back DVD. This led to projects in her time in Orlando at the Univ. of Central Florida, which int turn led to linking our shared work in story to the new concept of Storymapping. The Storymapping Third Ward Project grew out of this collaboration.
  • In 2008, Carroll joined Joe in a week long residency to create a series of some 21 stories about the history of MacKenzie Court, a public housing community dating back to the post-World War II era that was being re-built. The stories are to be used as part of the new community center’s active digital storytelling program.
  • In 2007, Joe worked with Mondo Bizarro, a New Orleans performing arts and media group, to create the Central City tour, with some 24 stories about this neighborhood in transition.
  • WNR.sg - Up-Close Session, The Place of Story

    1. 1. The Place of Story Storymapping.org and Witness Tree Programs When Nations Remember Conference Singapore, October 2010
    2. 2. • Connection, without commitment • Provisional Communities • Reclamation of Character • Reframing of Perspectives
    3. 3. Storymining • Elements of Story • Story Circle • Production • Celebration
    4. 4. Seven Steps of Digital Storytelling • Owning Your Insight • Owning Your Emotions • Finding the Moment • Seeing Your Story • Hearing Your Story • Assembling Your Story • Re-visiting the Story
    5. 5. Applications of Digital Storytelling • Creativity and Personal Voice • Social Change and Civic Engagement • Media Literacy and Technology Education • Planning, Portfolio and Assessment • Healing and Public Health • Place, Environment and Social Geography
    6. 6. Storymapping – Mendocino County
    7. 7. Third Ward Storymapping
    8. 8. Tuscaloosa Housing Authority – Mackenzie Court Tour
    9. 9. St. John’s Baptist Church Bill Milligan
    10. 10. iWitness Stories- Central City New Orleans
    11. 11. joe@storycenter.com www.storycenter.org

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