This one day workshop will introduce participants to the principles of telling stories digitally using a mix of rich media resources such as images, video, audio, objects and documents.
Do you have an abundance of resources you have collected in an oral history project? Are you unsure about what to do with them next?
This workshop will discuss options on how best to re-present your material in ‘easy to access’ formats suitable for the web, exhibitions, or even for community or family history projects.
Meet the Workshop leaders:
Bryan Crawford is a professional photographer and film maker with over 20 years experience producing, directing, shooting and editing long and short form projects for both television and the web.
Over the past decade Helen and Bryan have teamed up to facilitate workshops and produce digital stories and oral history collections for the State Library of Brisbane, the Museum of Brisbane, Queensland Museum, and many other communities or organisations throughout Queensland.
Professor Helen Klaebe is the Assistant Dean, Research & International Engagement in Queensland University of Technology’s Creative Industries Faculty. Helen’s academic work spans public history and community projects researching new approaches to engage the community with their local history and in the evaluation of narrative-driven arts based projects.
Time: Registration 9.45am Workshop 10am – 4pm Cost: $150 Members Oral History NSW, $190 Non-members (Oral History NSW is GST exempt) Morning and Afternoon Tea will be provided. Participants will need to bring lunch or purchase nearby.