|Sent on:||Friday, July 13, 2012 3:57 PM|
Show 'n Tell // Network // Drinks
20 July, 2012, 6.30pm-8.30pm
The Photographers’ Gallery
16-18 Ramillies Street, Soho, London W1F 7LW
We are very happy to announce the line up for our upcoming event this Friday:
The meetups are open to all and we would be delighted if you would pass this onto a friend or colleague who might be interested.
We look forward to seeing you there!
The AoDL Team
Distributed or transmedia storytelling is a way of telling stories across multiple platforms, that creates individually distinct narratives, which remain related to a central story. Not to be confused with multimedia storytelling - more associated with broadcast and advertising - it employs social media to develop many levels of narrative around a piece of work. Through a feedback process between the audience, as participants, and the lead creators, successful distributed storytelling projects can help to deepen engagement, increase discussion and augment the collective understanding of the work.
For every AoDL event we are creating a research area on our collaborative and open wiki platform, TheKnowledge, where research topics can be explored together to stimulate and increase shared understanding. As this is an open platform we encourage those who know a bit about the theme to create an account on the wiki and edit/add content. You can also mail [address removed] who will upload it for you.
About Art of Digital London
AoDL is a research programme and network that runs an online peer learning resource, regular public events, training sessions and meetings about digital strategy in culture. Over 2011 AoDL in partnership with The Photographers’ Gallery ran a series of successful discussion groups building on the thematics of its founding programme of Salons & Surgeries[masked]). Including such topics as Open Archiving and IPTV, these continue to drive a collaborative research project conducted on AoDL's Wiki resource, TheKnowledge.