Creative Industries Faculty researchers adapt Digital Storytelling to a variety of contexts and purposes including education, poverty reduction, public history, and youth engagement. We also provide access to this expertise, through short courses, customized workshops, and consultancy services.
Recordings and transcripts from the "Co-creative Communities" public forum are now available online. The forum took place at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image in Melbourne in November 2012 and considered storytelling futures for community arts and media. The forum brought together Australian and international practitioners and researchers. It was a cornerstone event in a research collaboration involving the Australia Council for the Arts, ACMI, Goolarri Media Enterprises, 31 Digital, the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia, and researchers from Creative Industries QUT, Curtin University and Swinburne University.read