Digital Storytelling makes use of new and existing technology to enhance the story or narrative of a space. For heritage sites, this creates the potential for the retelling of stories of lost or forgotten sites, and to recreate the stories of existing sites with an innovative and engaging twist.
This webinar will focus on various ways digital stories may be told and the tools available to assist in realizing these goals. Guest speakers Kate Graham, Peter Coffman and Gonzalo Munoz-Vera will provide some tips and insight as to how digital stories can come to life.
- Kate Graham is part of the faculty of Media Production and Design Program at Carleton University while simultaneously completing her Ph.D in Architecture. She will discuss the potential of digital storytelling in heritage using the Parliament building to highlight how multiple narratives can be achieved through diversity of medium.
- Peter Coffman is a faculty member in the History and Theory of Architecture program at Carleton University and is an experienced professional photographer. He will provide guidance in exploring and capturing heritage stories with photography.
- Gonzalo Munoz-Vera is a contract instructor at Carleton University in the Architectural Studies program and a current phd candidate at McGill University. He will discuss a variety of precedents behind virtual and augmented reality as it relates to present day practices.
New Paradigm New Tools interns, Alex Larose and Kiara Bramao, will be leading this webinar. Alex is a current Master of Architecture student at Carleton University. She finished a Bachelor of Arts in History and Theory of Architecture in 2020 and was the 2021 Herb Stovel Scholar. Kiara has just finished her Bachelor’s of Architectural Studies at Carleton University. She has a background in Art and a Diploma in Building and Civil Engineering.
Join us to learn the many ways digital stories may be told.