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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: https://store.lboro.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/school-of-design-and-creative-arts/upcoming-eventssymposiums/rise-up-reconnect-rebuild-recreate-10th-international-digital-storytelling-conference 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.https://www.burleigh-court.co.uk/https://www.eliteathletecentre.co.uk/https://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/hotels/england/leicestershire/loughborough/loughborough.htmlhttps://www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/547/Loughborough-Central-hotelhttps://www.linkhotelloughborough.co.uk/ We hope to make the conference child-friendly meaning we hope to be able to provide some

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DST2022: special workshop activity with Joe Lambert

On the occasion of the 10th International Digital Storytelling Conference, hosted at the School of Design and Creative Arts, Loughborough University, England, in June 2022, Joe Lambert and his colleagues from the StoryCenter are running two pre- and post-conference Digital Storytelling workshops. Course Descriptions and Registration Information Unpacking the ProcessOne Day Dive into Digital Storytelling Sunday, June 19th 2022, 11

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Online leadership summit on applied storytelling

The Leadership Summit on Applied Storytelling is part of a two-year plan of activities in UK and the US organised by the Storytelling Academy at Loughborough University in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution, the University of Maryland, the Montgomery College, the Story Center, Patient Voices, among other institutions.  This first online event brings together 5 international Fellows and a small

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Welcome to the Digital Decameron

Global Digital Story Festival – Where I Find Strength “In 1348 a party of wealthy young patricians take refuge from the plague that is raging in the city in a villa outside Florence. To pass the time, they tell each other stories…” (Cover copy. The Decameron, by Giovanni Boccaccio, Penguin Classics, 1972) As a creative response to the postponement of

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