Filmmaker-in-Residence, American University, creative director of the Community Voice Project
Tuesday, March 22, 4:30 p.m.
Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery
Update (3/22): This event has been canceled.
Since 2008, the Community Voice Project project has engaged communication and anthropology students in community-based media production in the greater Washington area. The project has created digital stories and short films while “empowering students to dive into the District of Columbia in ways most never get to, unearthing the stories of communities and people often overlooked in the heart of the nation’s capital.”
The Community Voice Project is a featured program within the Center for Media and Social Impact. This initiative is creating a series of Master Classes, training a select group of highly skilled students to facilitate digital storytelling in community settings.
Meeting with Digital Storytelling community of practice – Dresher Center
Lecture and reception – AOK Gallery
Sponsored by the Dresher Center for the Humanities, Departments of Media and Communication Studies, Visual Arts, Modern Languages, Linguistics and Intercultural Communication, Sociology and Anthropology and the New Media Studio.
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