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NarrAction

Training Course

25 October - 9 November 2021 | France

A training for youth workers and creatives wishing to learn about multimedia storytelling, experience the power of creating personal narratives whilst "going digital" and tell stories creatively to engage youth in intersectional learning & inclusion.

You have a graphic novel, a documentary, a fiction web serie or a story in a corner of your head that you would like to develop and share? Let's work on it together!

NARRACTION SUMMARY

From October 25th to November 9th 2021, NarrAction will invite 30 youth workers and creatives from France, Portugal, Bulgaria, Italy and Germany to explore the potential of multimedia storytelling by working on personal projects and digital objects as a tool for personal development, mutual understanding, inclusion and active participation.

WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

You work as facilitator, trainer, educator, youth worker, NGO manager, teacher, social worker, visual artist, writer, movie maker or another creative job?

There is a story that you would like to share, through illustration, documentary film, audiovisual journalism, photography, graphic novel, fiction movie...? And you need space, time and support to work on it?

You would like to expand your toolbox, bring more creativity and innovation to your work, your are interested in developing new educative artistic methods? 

NarrAction is for you then!

We are looking for diverse participants profile to foster co-learning and enrich everyone's projects with the expertise and perspectice of others, to help you develop a mesmerizing multimedia story!

PROGRAMME

  • Day 1 | Who is who?
  • Day 2 | Team(s) storybuilding
  • Day 3 | Our projects and synergies
  • Day 4-5-6 | Storytelling workshops & work on personal projects
  • Day 7 | Free day
  • Day 8-9-10-11 | Multimedia workshops & work on personal projects
  • Day 12-13 | Using multimedia storytelling in socio-pedagogical settings
  • Day 14 | Evaluation & celebration

Mornings will be dedicated to personal creation. Afternoons will be time to exchange about your project evolution in peer groups, sometimes in plenary ; to consult individually with NarrAction trainers and/or to join technical workshops to enrich your practice. Evenings will be open for participants willing to propose activities to each other.

LEARNING METHODS

Our methodology is based on experiential learning, interdisciplinary exchange, outdoor education and non-formal education principles. Participants will learn through testing designed methods and reflecting upon the experience. Using participatory approach we encourage the exchange of experience between the participants and with the local community, fostering peer learning.

TRAINER TEAM

Anne Merlin is a creativity explorer. Whilst studying visual arts and interaction design in France, she discovered the magic of mixing media through creative coding and interactive books. Excited about the whole thing, she co-founded Nomadways (www.nomadways.org) in 2014, where she started crafting and animating workshops mixing performing and visual arts, to explore new ways to co-create and learn in Europe and beyond. In the meantime, she lived in Greece, Brazil, Seychelles, Portugal and many more countries, experimenting with ever more creative ways to interact and discover one another in multilingual or non verbal settings. Along the way, she collected myriads of tools & methods for collaborative creation, specializing in storytelling, team dynamics and project design using art, movement and stories to foster cooperation & social action.

Maxime Lindon is a screenwriter experienced in animating youth workshops. His approach to video is based on a double background and knowledge: cinema & marketing. In the last 6 years he also created and/or coordinated commercial video contents and independent cinema projects. He cofounded Orango Films, an independent videomaking studio. He percieves his job as listening to people film ideas and helping them turn them into expressive doable projectswith driven storytelling and open source tools.

 

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Applications are closed

The application deadline was 19 September 2021.

Date of selection: 26 September 2021

Training overview

http://trainings.salto-youth.net/9465

This Training Course is

for 30 participants

from Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Youth project managers, Youth policy makers, Volunteering mentors, Youth coaches, Youth researchers

Working language(s):

English

Organiser:

Tiliade (Youth NGO)

Tiliade is a non-profit organization connecting non formal educators and trainers working with arts and youth to creative professionnals, as well as adults and children, for experiences of dialogue, skill sharing, civic activity and community building.

Contact for questions:

Anne

E-Mail:

Phone: 0650508967

Costs

Participation fee

On donation.

Accommodation and food

NarrAction is a project financed by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, thus all the activities, accommodation and food are 100% covered by the EU grant.

Travel reimbursement

The travel costs will be reimbursed to participants after the course up to a maximum of 275 euros per person.

This training activity is funded by:

The Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme

Participants are entitled to receive a Youthpass certificate from the organiser, for recognition of their competence development during the activity. Read more about Youthpass:

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