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Saturday, October 24 • 1:30pm - 2:50pm
Eco-Digital Storytelling: Stories From and For the Web of Life

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This interactive workshop introduces participants to the power and potential of digital storytelling as an ally in social and environmental justice work. Examples of digital stories that challenge stereotypes, build relationships and empower individuals and communities will be shared. Your Muses willing, you will leave the workshop with a seed idea for your own eco-digital story along with resources to help you complete the story on your own or —even better—with family and friends. Eco-digital storytelling = Story Power + People Power for the healing of our world. Digital non-natives welcome. Presented by Candace Walworth and Kayann Short of Naropa University.


Kayann Short

Naropa University
Kayann Short, Ph.D., is a writer, farmer, teacher, and activist at Stonebridge Farm, an organic community-supported farm in the Rocky Mountain foothills. As an award-winning teacher at the University of Colorado-Boulder, Short directed memoir and digital storytelling outreach projects with community elders, adult literacy students, and women’s organizations. She is the author of the May Sarton Memoir Award finalist A Bushel’s Worth... Read More →

Candace Walworth

Naropa University
Candace Walworth, Ph.D., is a Professor of Peace Studies at Naropa University where she has received numerous teaching awards, specializing in building interdisciplinary learning communities that engage the body, heart-mind, and imagination in the healing of our world. Her teaching and research interests include socially engaged spirituality, the socially engaged imagination, community-based learning and action, and the practice of dialogue in... Read More →

Saturday October 24, 2015 1:30pm - 2:50pm
Humanities 190 1610 Pleasant St, Boulder, CO 80309

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