Week 6: Research and Curate

Tasks

  • Research and find two possible stories that reflect a viewpoint of your own town, city or locale.
  • Create one image to represent both initial story concepts, using a variety of methods, which must be original and not sourced from the Internet or a third party.
  • Present two short proposals with title, original image and a short 100-word synopsis (elevator pitch) about the concept of your article. Please note, we will provide a prepared Keynote slide template for you to present your findings.

To see my general research, please go to my CRJ post for this week.

Research and find two possible stories that reflect a viewpoint of your own town, city or locale.

After posting initial ideas on the wall, Stuart and Syed helped me to narrow it down to two: the history of London Rubber Company and the brand Durex, and the legacy of the Olympic games in Waltham Forest.

Ideas

London Rubber Company

Olympic Legacy

The winning bid for the Olympic and Paralympic Games 2012 was

In comparison to other cities

[TBD]

Create one image to represent both initial story concepts, using a variety of methods, which must be original and not sourced from the Internet or a third party.

Keynote Template.002

Present two short proposals with title, original image and a short 100-word synopsis (elevator pitch) about the concept of your article. Please note, we will provide a prepared Keynote slide template for you to present your findings.

Running is the way in which I process my thoughts and allow myself to open up to new ideas and how to share them. Many a workshop challenge has been conceived and developed on my feet, with the environment outside my bubble intruding to spark my inspiration. My project is a play based on a recent run, comprising of three acts (lap) and scenes as each kilometre marker. As I process the project and my recent research of the printing in Walthamstow, I recall my stream of consciousness with lyrics and sounds from race officials interjecting, with the narratives interacting as they do in my mind.

Collaborate through group discussions on the Ideas Wall.

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