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  1. 1. storytelling VOC in NL: Dutch Museum of World Cultures
  2. 2. storytelling decolonize the museum, deconstruct present perspectives
  3. 3. storytelling Googl Arts & Culture: everybody is present
  4. 4. storytelling Googl Arts & Culture: nearby
  5. 5. storytelling Googl Arts & Culture: sensitive issues which focal point?
  6. 6. storytelling Introduction collection < storytelling > education with social interaction & co-creation programme 1/13
  7. 7. storytelling this is
  8. 8. storytelling are there any questions?
  9. 9. storytelling storytelling starts with asking questions or listening to questions from your audience
  10. 10. storytelling I'll tell you within 30 minutes why smartphones and tablets are so 5000 years ago make a bold promise
  11. 11. storytelling storytelling text a lot of text but hardly any story, transfer, or social interaction. How much time and attention does your visitor have?
  12. 12. storytelling People learn in a different styles.Children even more than adults.Stories can bring exitement,can include their daily life,can involve them in the informal learning environment a museum has to offer Focus on Storytelling and Learning, why?
  13. 13. storytelling storytelling = text + context + narrator + collection education => storytelling
  14. 14. storytelling dressed up for the next episode of the story from facting to acting
  15. 15. storytelling Do not lock yourself up in the museum Take them out on the street,experience & celebrate from words to walks
  16. 16. storytelling why just listen and read stories? Try actually making and tasting of the 'story' from reading to making
  17. 17. storytelling why just watch a collection about manufacturing? Try actually designing and making of the 'story' from reading to making
  18. 18. storytelling storytelling = questions, discoveries spice power trade ship
  19. 19. storytelling bridging our heritage to the actual world
  20. 20. storytelling bridging: heritage as dialogue
  21. 21. storytelling relevancy, interdisciplinary S t o r y t e l l i n g + c o - c r e a t i o n Inside Outside tradition/ confirmation meaning union/ negotiation sensitive issues interpretation ambition/ dreams collection purpose education exhibit
  22. 22. storytelling S t o r y t e l l i n g + c o - c r e a t i o n tradition meaning union sensitive issues interpretation ambition assets co-created value needs support stories build relations We (museum) They (audience)
  23. 23. storytelling storytelling is 'now' S t o r y t e l l i n g + c o - c r e a t i o n tradition meaning union sensitive issues interpretation ambition post-present present present-future flow History Horizon
  24. 24. storytelling significance S t o r y t e l l i n g + c o - c r e a t i o n tradition meaning union sensitive issues interpretation ambition facts authenticity experience purpose truth drama
  25. 25. storytelling so, stories bridge personal view perspective emotion context sensitive issues experience need ambition etc. personal view perspective emotion context sensitive issues experience need ambition etc.
  26. 26. storytelling Corporate storytelling Transmedia storytelling Travel stories & reviews Oral history Narrative exhibitions Interpretation & storylines Trans-situ storytelling Types of storytelling ?
  27. 27. storytelling translates a bunch of information into key ndings rebuilds authenticity reverses the conventional order of things provides meaning instead of facts sparks creativity, activates appeals to visitors re-connects the speaker with the spoken helps with co-creation of narratives how storytelling works, it's about: master story patterns not nding panaceas for wrong exhibitions the activity of storytelling, not the story of an artefact listening to the audience as much as being listened to http://www.creatingthe21stcentury.org/intro7-why-story-now.html What storytelling does
  28. 28. storytelling storytelling-narrative ow, (the art of) copywriting drama and tension (scenography), body language, hand gestures, facial expressions pictures (visual storytelling) games VR / AR social media APPP: Activity, Public (Relations) + Participation, Purchase (no screens, create an app and a label) 5F: Fact, Fiction, Future, Fun, Fan->Friend->Family http://www.creatingthe21stcentury.org/intro7-why-story-now.html Storytelling tools
  29. 29. storytelling 1. put people rst 2. focus on motivation 3. use stories as a means of transportation (of meaning, questions, etc.) 4. use stories as bait 5. dear curators, no lectures please 6. show the worst rst 7. show passion : "What makes your heart sing?" 8. write a storyline / scenario 9. design the story arch 10. let people move 11. know the core story (of the museum) and the thread 12. practice & experiment a lot (and even more), dare to fail 13. ? how to use storytelling #analogue
  30. 30. storytelling Be concise "What difference does it make if you live in a pisturesque little outhouse surrounded by 300 feeble minded goats and youre faitthful dog? The question is: can you write?" Ernest Hemingway Be imaginative "You have to try very hard not to imagine that the iron horse is a real creature.You hear it breathing when it rests,groaning when it has to leave,and yapping when it's under way Along the track it jettisons its dung of burning coals and its urine of boiling water " NovelistVictor Hugo,describing a train Be brief "I have made this letter longer than usual only because I have not had the time to make it shorter" Blaise Pascal,17th-century philosopher (Winston Churchill quoted him) Be direct "I am hurt.A plague o'both your houses! I am sped." Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet Be curious, true, thoughtful, interested, generous What do you think of our exhibition? Did it meet your expectations? Let's have a coffee and talk about it,we'd love to hear what you're interested in. writing text for (digital) storytelling
  31. 31. storytelling just wonder: what is happening?
  32. 32. storytelling "drama is anticipation mingled with uncertainty" storytelling is drama
  33. 33. storytelling Emotion Creation Senses richness Focus Repeat Keep building the art of involving
  34. 34. storytelling emotions and motivations in search for the 'switch' in emotion networks / communities
  35. 35. storytelling Expose / Look! Rising action Climax Falling action Denovement writing stories: the story arch, the bold promise
  36. 36. storytelling telling history? http://edtechteacher.org/8-steps-to-great-digital-storytelling-from-samantha-on-edudemic/
  37. 37. storytelling http://www.slideshare.net/mungo13/writing-narratives?related=2 working on narrativity
  38. 38. storytelling http://www.citejournal.org/vol10/iss1/languagearts/article3.cfm telling history?
  39. 39. storytelling www.slideshare.net/nightkitcheninteractive/is-it-working?qid=dc5a64dc-567e-49b9-b8a7-20bddcd10954&v=qf1&b=&from_search=4 from identity to storytelling
  40. 40. storytelling Again, what is storytelling? Storytelling is the social and cultural activity of sharing stories, often with improvisation, theatrics, or embellishment. Stories or narratives have been shared in every culture as a means of entertainment, education, cultural preservation and instilling moral values. Crucial elements of stories and storytelling include plot, characters and narrative point of view. The term 'storytelling' is used in a narrow sense to refer specifically to oral storytelling and also in a looser sense to refer to techniques used in other media to unfold or disclose the narrative of a story.
  41. 41. storytelling - Stories can bridge the boundaries of time, they can connect the past, the present and the future - Stories can enable us to find similarities between ourselves and others, real, virtual, imagined - Stories can confirm a truth that enhances our sense of who we are as human beings, to confirm stories of who we are (we all want confirmation that makes sense of our lives) - Stories can let us care about - really emotional, intellectual, aesthetic - things that are valuable for us; there is no one you can't love, once you've heard their story - ensure there is a constant directive, a road map, a route that includes the central theme - give your audience not 4, but 2 + 2. Encourage the urge to finish the story, to help, to care, to fill in ... - stories have to contain the most important ingredient: surprise Summarized: the power of stories
  42. 42. storytelling frankly,there isn't anyone you can not love,once you have heard her or his story dare to compare
  43. 43. storytelling 50 occasions 1930-1955 make a big idea, let the audience choose
  44. 44. storytelling storytelling-narrative flow, (the art of) copywriting drama and tension (scenography), body language, hand gestures, facial expressions pictures (visual storytelling) games VR / AR social media APPP: Activity, Public (Relations) + Participation, Purchase (create a label) 5F: Fact, Fiction, Future, Fun, Fan->Friend->Family Storytelling tools 1. put people first 2. focus on motivation 3. use stories as a means of transportation (of meaning, questions, etc.) 4. use stories as bait 5. dear curators, no lectures please 6. show the worst first 7. show passion : "What makes your heart sing?" 8. write a storyline / scenario 9. design the story arch 10. let people move 11. know the core story (of the museum) and the thread 12. practice & experiment a lot (and even more), dare to fail 13. ?
  45. 45. storytelling Presenta

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