Perspectives On Violence

Using Immersive Film to Build Resilience StoryLab and Chelmsford Community Safety Partnership JobServe Community Stadium, Mile End, Colchester, Essex, CO4 5UP 9.30 - 3:30pm, Friday 13th March 2020 The ‘Perspectives on Violence’ conference 2020 focused on how individuals, their families and communities are impacted by gangs and violence. The conference brought together former gang members, ... Read more

The Visual and Critical Representation in an Age of Impact Seminar

Faculty of Education, 184 Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 8PQ 9.15 - 17:30pm, Friday 6th March 2020 Organised by The Politics of Representation Collective, funded by The Sociological Review and The Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. StoryLab’s Director, Shreepali Patel presented on the panel 'Learning from other sectors: Competing Aims and Goals in Representation' at ... Read more

Queens and Harlots: Chloe Thomas

In conversation with BAFTA & RTS nominated film & TV director, Chloe Thomas Cos 117, Anglia Ruskin University, East Road, Cambridge CB1 1PT. 5.30 - 7pm, Wednesday 12th February 2020 A special Royal Television Society and StoryLab event with BAFTA and RTS nominated tv and film director, Chloe Thomas. Her first comedy Angelo's, starring Sharon Horgan ... Read more

Building Partnerships for Global Heritage Research

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Transcending Disciplinary Barriers Through Strategic Research Themes Presentation by Professor Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem Wednesday 29 January 2020, 1:30 - 3:30pm Room: Coslett 117, ARU Abstract Cultural heritage is increasingly threatened by destruction, climate change, rampant commercialisation, and overexploitation by tourism, whilst heritage institutions are struggling due to lack of funding and limited vision towards their ... Read more

UN Human Rights Day

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The Crossing: Your Impact On Modern Day Slavery Online (all day programme), 10 December 2019 Agenda: UN Human Rights Day - Agenda (pdf) It is estimated that there are more slaves in the UK today than at any other point in history. 21 million people are trafficked each year. A third of those detected are ... Read more

StoryLab Symposium

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Storytelling in the Fourth Industrial Revolution Tuesday 26th November 2019, 9.30-4.30 Room: RUS203, ARU Cambridge This symposium was part of an events programme for StoryLab’s exhibition. The Fourth Industrial Revolution may indeed have the potential to ‘robotize’ humanity and thus to deprive of our heart and soul. But as a complement to the best parts ... Read more

RTS East Networking Drinks

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Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge School of Art, ARU 5-7pm, Monday 11th November 2019 Networking with other filmmakers, creatives and production companies People joined us for a drink and the opportunity to meet other storytellers and experience Storytelling in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, an exhibition of Film, VR & XR, Documentary, Photography and Soundscapes, hosted by StoryLab ... Read more

Storytelling in the 4th Industrial Revolution Exhibition (7-28 Nov)

The Fourth Industrial Revolution may indeed have the potential to ‘robotize’ humanity and thus to deprive of our heart and soul. But as a complement to the best parts of human nature-creativity, empathy, stewardship - it can also lift humanity into a new collective and moral consciousness based on a shared sense of identity (Schwab, ... Read more

Anti-Slavery Day

14-18th October 2019. Online. StoryLab in collaboration with Encounters Film Festival and Rhizome Live were hosting online screenings, discussions and an interactive workshop during the Anti-Slavery week culminating in a live Q&A with the creative team behind The Crossing on the 18th of October. Films can bear witness to human rights violations and create a ... Read more

CPM 6 | Defending Creative Practice

StoryLab Workshop Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, LAB107 Fri 27th Sept 2019 Speakers Dr. Catherine Dormor (RCA) Dr Fabrizio Galeazzi (ARU) Dr. Senir Dinar (ARU) Dr. David Ryan (ARU) Chair: Dr. Harriet Riches (ARU) About the Speakers Dr. Catherine Dormor (Head of Research, Royal College of Art) Catherine works to oversee, develop and expand the current MPhil/PhD ... Read more