Author Archives: Antonia Liguori

DST2022: The Final Programme in now online!

Rise Up! Reconnect. Rebuild. Recreate Monday the 20th of June – Wednesday the 22nd of June 2022 Loughborough University, UK Please, download here the Conference Programme (final version). Keynote Speakers Tony Phillips Listening to the Voice of the Other: Lessons for the audio industry An experienced radio and podcasting creator and executive, his career has taken Tony from producing, reporting and

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New book on storytelling for health now available!

Professor Mike Wilson’s new book, Storytelling, has just been published by Emerald Press as part of the Arts for Health series, which is edited by our colleague and collaborator Professor Paul Crawford from the Institute for Mental Health at the University of Nottingham. The book explores the potential for storytelling as a creative practice for health and well-being. It

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Creative Manifestation! Book your place to the CERTIFY project final event in UK

A CERTIFY workshop organised by Loughborough University’s Storytelling Academy and the Young Artist Collective in Derby, UK. Friday 22nd AprilArtcore Community Hub, Charnwood St,DE1 2GTBook your place through this link! About the Workshop: Join our team from Artcore and Loughborough University’s Storytelling Academy for this relaxed and thought-provoking workshop surrounding the themes of self-reflection, manifestation and collaboration!This Zine-Making workshop is

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DST Conference 2022 Rise Up – Registration now open!

Registration has been extended until 10th June, and you can book your ticket via this link: The full registration rates will be £220 for full registration, £100 for student/practitioner/unwaged registration, virtual registration will be £45.   Please see below some links to local hotels. We hope to make the conference child-friendly meaning we hope to be able to provide some

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The SOLIS team back together for a face-to-face meeting in Loughborough

On the 1st February 2022 partners of the Erasmus+ project SOLIS met at Loughborough University, UK. The SOLIS project is creating an e-learning platform with modules to promote wellbeing, inclusion and diversity in schools, as well as a mobile resource to support teachers. Central to the SOLIS project is the creation of a library of 80+ digital stories, enabling the

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