MARS Video resources: Exploring digital storytelling, drawing and improvisation to address issues related to crisis and conflict
Antonia Liguori, Karen Sung and Fred Dalmasso from the Storytelling Academy at the School of Design and Creative Arts, Loughborough University, have been developing a number of learning resources and tutorials to explore how to apply digital storytelling, drawing and improvisation to address issues related to crisis and conflict, as part of the MARS project.
With the support of the creative practitioner Irina Grinkova and filmmaker Jay Bradley, they have produced 15 videos in which they discuss as a group and individually a variety of creative techniques and how they can be adapted within the context of the MARS project.
They also reflected on meanings and definitions of some key terms used in the educational resources.
The videos are accessible via this playlist https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiVoumpcXt5Sr1oqStVN0fs0frAJfgw6B and will be integrated in the 12-hour training course ready to be published in English in December on the MARS project website.
The project consists of the following partners:
Afyonkarahisar Il Milli Egitim Mudurlugu (Turkey)
People Help the People (Italy)
Acrosslimits Lt (Malta)
Afyonkarahisar Halk Egitim Merkezi Ve Aksam Sanat Okulu (Turkey)
Loughborough University (UK)
Asociatia Tinerilor Cu Initiativa Civica (Romania)
1 Konsulent Oystein Samnoen (Norway)
Enterprising Partners (Lithuania)
Facebook page: @marsproject.eu