I’m enjoying the MOOC “The Future of Storytelling” (#StoryMOOC).
This little video is my response to the Creative Task for Chapter 4 (“Inspirational Week”)
The proposition for the task was this:
Take a camera, be it you mobile phone, a webcam… Introduce yourself to the other StoryMOOCers, telling us who you are where you are . . . → Read More: #StoryMOOC : My Creative Task for Chapter 4
The Eastside Culture Crawl is East Vancouver’s own open studio tour. I don’t go every year, but have gone for many years. It feels good to wander through studio space, smelling paint, sawdust, and sometimes coffee, tea, and cookies.
Wandering through a painting studio always gives me a sense of wonder, like I’m exploring a . . . → Read More: Wondering at The Eastside Culture Crawl 2013
I’m enrolled in the MOOC “The Future of StoryTelling” (#StoryMOOC, iVersity.com).
This Massive Open Online Course provides a foundation in the principles of the formats and methods of fictional storytelling.
The reasons this online course attracted me are:
The topic interests me: I’m beginning to write again, and I want to learn more… The method . . . → Read More: The Future of StoryTelling #StoryMOOC
This is like an inventory of things I do to express myself. I don’t know why I nee to do a catalogue, but it feels right – like emptying a closet before you reorganize it.
Writing I post musingsand observations to my blog. Theseoften are like a journal of reflections, or
some passing whim or . . . → Read More: Reporting Life: Creating blog musings, scribbles and other artifacts…
Yeah – I’m going through a DEVO phase again. I listen to their music all the time. Their voices and sounds are familiar, like visiting an old neighbourhood.
I get emails from Club Devo,and see snippets of mutated art from Mark M., photos from their irreverent, young new wave days, and so many artifacts of . . . → Read More: DEVOlving: musings on art, music, and creative synthesis…
Some students are now completing the MOOC E-Learning and Digital Cultures.
This Prezi gives an interesting overview of some student experiences and observations from this massive MOOC:
Also, yes, I’m tooting my own horn on this post: one of my illustrations was actually used in this Prezi. It had been my entry into the . . . → Read More: A Summary of Student Experiences from #edcmooc (Prezi style)
For an assignment for the MOOC, eLearning and Digital Cultures, I created my first Prezi… It’s my little abstract reaction to the bewilderment of feeling lost inside a 40,000 member Massive Open Online Course.
What do you think?
Leave me a comment below…
Here’s a link to a new gallery on this site – a collection of personal drawings or collages that I’ve done since 1998.
If I draw, it can be immediate, messy and expressive, like the manic scribbles of an angry child. That feels good.
However, collage from found commercial images is my favourite method. I . . . → Read More: Gallery-2557: Personal Drawing and Collage
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