Tag Archives: storytelling

Five Things: “Sticky” Beginnings

A replica of a common 1920s player card - used as invite for immersive theatre event.

With audio, apps, games, and immersive theater all trying to give audiences the opportunity to become storytellers, we’ve been sharing the work of producers who are making the creative process itself ever more audience driven. What ways can we breathe new ...

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A Story Grows in Brooklyn

A warm winter's welcome to NY Media Lab

By Miranda J. Smith   On a recent (and very frigid!) Friday night, I trekked to the multimedia epicenter of DUMBO in Brooklyn to participate in a highly collaborative process of creating and thinking about stories. About 12 other hardy souls also made ...

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Hacking the Museum

We recently ran into Nick Gray, the founder of Museum Hack, at MuseumIdeas, and asked him to tell us about his passion-based storytelling.   How do you foster a culture of innovation in your organization? We are still a pretty young company, and our ...

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SnapChatting – In the Cultural Sphere

Guest Blog post by Peter Knowles REACT PhD Student, The University of Exeter and Antenna Lab.   Cultural spaces are no strangers to social media. Twitter accounts, Instagram profiles, even Pinterest boards – museums, art galleries, and heritage sites across the globe have learnt ...

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An evening of crime – and other stories

Frank Rose Serial Storytelling

What’s the best way to describe an evening spent making cardboard cutouts, dreaming up crime scenarios, looking back at the evolution of serial storytelling and spilling beer over perfect strangers – for free?? It’s part of an experiment led by Lance ...

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Adventures in Storytelling – Punchdrunk and The National Maritime Museum

Theatrical Mask

By Giles Pooley This week sees the announcement that Punchdrunk - the acclaimed producers of immersive theatrical productions on both sides of the Atlantic- have devised a brand new family experience for the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London. This re-imagining of ...

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