Dwelling Story Development Workshop: rapid story development for student-led creative practice

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The workshop will model a silent collaborative activity that seeks to place inclusivity and quite reflection at the heart of a story development activity. Participants respond silently to a visual trigger and inscribe their contribution to the story idea via posters which are continually added to in an iterative process of questioning and response. The final posters are then taken away, either individually or in groups and used as the basis for further fiction/factual, script/story development. The approach can be as a rapid development activity that is of benefit where time for ideas development is restricted. It can also be adapted easily to other settings, contexts and subject disciplines. The workshop will model the use of this technique on a media practice fiction production course where there is a need for rapid development of an outline story idea that can go into preproduction.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 5 Jun 2018
EventActive Learning Network Conference - Sussex University, Brighton, United Kingdom
Duration: 5 Jun 20185 Jun 2018
https://activelearningnetwork.com/2018/06/15/reflections-on-the-2nd-active-learning-conference/

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ConferenceActive Learning Network Conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityBrighton
Period5/06/185/06/18
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Hanney, R. (2018). Dwelling Story Development Workshop: rapid story development for student-led creative practice. Active Learning Network Conference, Brighton, United Kingdom.
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