All sorts of stories going to all sorts of places
|Treorchy Primary School||Cardiff Parent Network||Wattstown Community Centre||Cardiff Libraries||Tales from the Park||Philippine Generations|
|Rhondda Lives!||Made in Roath festival||Monmouth Libraries||Snapshot Roath 2009||Hethersett Primary||Basic Skills|
Digital stories and films:
If you've got text and still photographs, you can record a voiceover, make digital stories and complete the project by making a DVD, putting the stories on the internet and having a celebratory screening.
If you've got script and moving images you can make films that can be shown many times. The films, 'Snapshot Roath' and 'Tales from the Park' have been shown at the Milkwood Gallery, Roath and on the BBC Big Screen in Cardiff while 'We are', the film made with Philipine Generations, was circulated in London and virally online.
If you've got text and images, you can make books. They might be books that you could buy in a shop or pick up in a library, or they might be more fantastic.
Closure exhibition in Milton Keynes.
If you're storytelling by live performance, there will be wall space that can be used to complement the physical action with projected imagery of all sorts.
Digital stories were used in the Breaking Barriers project supporting Head4Arts' 2009 community play, Valley Girl.
Children's drawings were used for youth opera performances of The Raven King, by Mervyn Burtch and Benjamin Britten's Noyes Fludde at The Gate, Cardiff
By the way, what was happening behind Noah while he built the ark?
If you've got an issue to shout about, Photoshop is ideal for preparing designs, out-putting them to transfer media and applying them to get that story out.
Durable wooden display boards were on show in Cardiff city centre in Autumn 2004 & 5 telling the story for the One World Week Group.
'How much can you put yourself in other people's shoes?
Stories can be displayed in exhibition format, as in this 2005 show, at The Gate, Cardiff, which led a visitor to develop a school's workshop on the theme of "How much can you put yourself in other peoples' shoes?"