international day for sharing life stories

the irrepressible jack stone
The Irrepressible Jack Stone
ACMI is part of an international movement of digital storytelling practitioners who view collecting and sharing life stories as a critical process in democratising culture. In celebration of International Day for Sharing Life Stories, ACMI presents a panel discussion and open screening. 

Martin Potter from the Media Resource Centre in Adelaide will showcase the initiatives Remote Transmissions and Migration and Myths.

Sista Girl Productions will discuss the process of creating Pitcha This, produced in partnership with ACMI and Victorian Indigenous communities.

Mark Silver will share the inter-generational project produced in collaboration with the Hawthorn Secondary College and the Uniting Aged Care, Elgin Street Centre.

Helen Simondson from ACMI will explore how digital storytelling can be a powerful tool for healing.

The discussion will be followed by a show-and-tell session open to all digital storytelling practitioners wishing to share their stories. To be part of the open screening, please register by emailing digitalstorytelling@acmi.net.au as places are limited.

Dates   Fri 16 May 2008, 2.30pm (panel session) 4pm (show and tell)
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