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    Telling Stories for Impact Workshop

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    Telling Stories for Impact Workshop


    The road to social change involves inspiring others to action. And the success of these efforts – whether it be advocacy, fundraising, grant writing or community building – comes down to storytelling. In this workshop you’ll work on unlocking an impact story of your choosing, using Digital Storytellers’ Story Canvas methodology to captivate, connect and inspire audiences and communities.  

    This workshop will explore:  

    • The Story Canvas - A tool for developing strategic story ideas, with consideration of purpose, audience, key messages, call to action, people and places, style and tone, campaign and impact.  
    • Narrative structures for communicating impact 
    • Collective ideation on how story-driven processes (listening, weaving and telling) can be incorporated into leadership and community engagement on specific projects and initiatives from participants

    This is a practical and interactive workshop and you'll have the opportunity to workshop how to tell the story of your project, cause or organisation. You'll also receive and give feedback to other participants and facilitators. 

    You’ll walk away from this workshop with a draft Story Canvas, to help you articulate your impact story to specific target audiences, and ideas on how you could implement story-driven engagement within your project or initiative.  

    Digital Storytellers is a purpose-driven storytelling agency with decades of collective experience working with communities and organisations to craft a narrative for a better world. Through film production, bespoke storytelling workshops, and animation - we help people learn the skills they need to change the world through story. 

    This session is run as part of the Network for Community Engagement and Carnegie Classification Australia offerings. If you work, study, or partner with a member institution of the network you can access discounted tickets. Please get in touch with your Carnegie representative at your University or email carnegieengagement@uts.edu.au for more information.

    *Please note that this workshop has limited seats.

    *Please note that if the event is full you can still join the waiting list or email carnegieengagement@uts.edu.au. If there is enough demand, we can potentially organise a second workshop.

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    If you have any questions about the session or the Network for Community Engagement and Carnegie Classification, please contact carnegieengagement@uts.edu.au


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