For Immediate Release: February 20, 2014
DIGITAL STORYTELLING: A Public Presentation Centre for Art Tapes 2238 Maitland Street Halifax, NS Thursday March 6, 2014 at 6:30 pm
Admission is FREE. Seating limited to 30 people.
The Centre for Art Tapes in partnership with the 4Cs Foundation invites you to a public presentation by Emmanuelle (Emmy) Pantin of Community Story Strategies (Toronto) www.communitystorystrategies.ca on DIGITAL STORYTELLING.
Emmy (with her collaborator at Community Story Strategies, Jennifer Lafontaine) work with communities using digital storytelling as a tool for community engagement, educating and raising awareness about social justice issues, to work for policy change, assess community needs, conduct research and evaluate programs.
CFAT and 4Cs Foundation are pleased to present this opportunity to hear from Emmy about her approach to using digital media to build and strengthen community through storytelling. This presentation will be of interest to any community artist or media artist interested in using storytelling and digital media as a way of sharing first person voice and narrative history.
CFAT acknowledges the 4Cs Foundation for its vision and commitment to organizing and supporting this event.
For inquiries contact:
Annalise Prodor, Communications and Program Coordinator Centre for Art Tapes
Terri Whetstone, Executive Director 4Cs Foundation
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