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DIGITAL EXPLORATIONS Enhancing Community Connections with Digital Media

Summer/Fall 2009 Vermont Workshops

View from the driveway Connections, Conversation and Creativity: A Social & Expressive Media Workshop July 8 - 10

How do we harness the connective and creative potential of online practices in our communities? How do we move beyond simple information sharing to fostering creativity and sustained collaboration? In three days of discussion and hands-on activities, we cover a range of social and expressive media practices to enhance communication and collaboration, to foster creative culture, and to engage our communities actively in our work. Limited to 10

Storytelling in Our Communities July 30 – August 1 October 1 -3
In this workshop, we explore storytelling in community-based efforts. We help participants design storytelling projects for civic engagement and participation, using a range of old and new media to enhance bonds and build bridges across community while creating a vision for the future. We cover traditional and digital storytelling methods in an experiential, fun-filled three days. Limited to 10

The Whole Story: Deep Creativity and Balance August 6 - 8 September 17 – 19
During three days of storytelling, movement and meditation, we will deepen our practice as artists, activists and citizens. Learn to listen deeply and actively, to share stories, and to incorporate the serious play of creativity into your life. Workshop Leaders: Barbara Ganley and Cynthia Fuller-Kling

Daily Schedule for All Workshops:
9:00 -noon Morning session noon-1:00 Lunch 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Afternoon Session

Location: Tucked away at the end of a long dirt driveway, and yet just two miles from the center of Middlebury, Vermont, you’ll find our barn studio, fields and patios set in glorious surroundings with pastoral views reaching to both the Green Mountains and the Adirondacks. Workshops meet in the barn studio and porch, and, as weather permits, out on the nearly 70 acres around us. At the end of the day, you’ll have time to explore the countryside (lakes, mountains, villages) by foot, bike or car. Lodging & Meals: For overnight accommodation, many charming inns and bed & breakfasts dot the area. Contact us for recommendations. As a college town, Middlebury has an array of dining options. We will cook and eat together the first evening; Digital Explorations will provide local-ingredient based lunches. Costs: $400 per three-day workshop includes all instruction and materials, three lunches and one dinner. Lodging not included. For more information, Email: [email protected] Phone: 802 989 1885

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