Looking for an innovative way to enhance your organizational conversations, research project, or community advocacy work?

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REDLAB (ReVisioning Differences Mobile Media Arts Lab) is both a physical space at the University of Guelph, and a state-of-the-art mobile media lab comprising sound and video recording equipment and 15 MacBook Pro computers loaded with video production and editing software.

We work to support and equip academics, non-profit organizations, and professional networks with cutting edge technological tools and methodologies to tell meaningful stories. We specialize in the use of digital storytelling as a research method and as a tool for furthering conversations around advocacy, inclusion, and social change. 

If you are interested in running a digital storytelling workshop with your group, organization, or research project, please get in touch with Ingrid Mündel for details and pricing.

Through the workshop, participants will:

  • develop knowledge about digital storytelling in research and community action

  • explore the possibilities of using arts-based methods for community dialogue, policy change, and personal growth

  • examine the theory and practice around challenging dominant representations through art-making

  • create an engaging digital story

What is included in Digital Storytelling Workshops?

  • Consultation and/or collaboration in developing a curriculum to orient participants to the purpose of the workshop

  • Onsite facilitators for the duration of the entire 3-day workshop to help maintain a safe-space and support participants during the story development

  • Access to 15 MacBook Pro computers, fully equipped with sound and video recording and editing software

  • Onsite technical support during Day 2 and Day 3

  • Professional photographers and filmmakers to support participants’ creation of digital stories and to document the story development process

  • A private online album of all completed multimedia stories.