In this episode of Collaboratory Conversations, we hear from Artistic Director of Gen S Stories, Jenni Savigny and her collaborator Stephen Corey, as they share their experiences supporting non-professional storytellers to create personal digital stories as a form of community development and living social history. Read the full show notes on our website scccp.net/collaboratory/
This conversation is an edited version of a live recording made at the ACT Heritage Library in Canberra, Australia in 2021, on the occasion of an exhibition called “The Art of the Story Circle”, which celebrated 10 years of collaborative storytelling with communities through Gen S Stories.
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Jenni Savigny is the Artistic Director of Gen S Stories and has made a professional practice as a digital storytelling facilitator, encompassing 10 years of programs with a wide variety of community organisations.
You can find Jenni online on the Gen S Stories website, Facebook
Stephen Corey is a Canberra photographer and also tutors at the Canberra Institute of Technology Photography department and CIT Solutions.
You can find Stephen online on the Creaking Door Photography website
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Collaboratory is written, edited and produced by Maya Haviland with production and editorial assistance from Nicole Deen. Audio engineering by Nick McCorriston. Music made especially for us by Seprock. Additional research and production support by Nicole O’Dowd.
Collaboratory is produced on the lands of the Ngunnawal, Ngunawal and Ngambri people.We pay our respects, an ongoing gratitude to the custodian’s past present and future of the lands on which we work and of the knowledges from which we learn.
Collaboratory is a production of the Scaffolding Cultural Co-creativity Project hosted by the Center for Heritage and Museum Studies in the College of Arts and Social Sciences at the Australian National University funding is generously provided by the Australian National University Translational Fellowship Scheme.