Honored A Fourth Act is among the first two stories in Blue Chalk Media’s new digital publication Ochre.is. We appreciate how they frame our collaborative approach:
Now, however, he is moving the conversation from interacting with an audience to interacting with a community. The change reflects the grassroots sensibilities of Laura, his wife and partner. And it mirrors a shift in the media industry.
In short, media makers are not simply seeking interactivity. They are making efforts to involve subjects, reach affected communities and address public concerns.
and belief in the power of convening…
HARVIS takes this trend a step further, into a realm easy to overlook in the digital era: physical space. Engagement with HARVIS means involving people in a common story. More literally, it means putting people together in a room to share personal stories within the context of a greater story
and our passions
It aims to use community feedback to identify issues, facilitate conversation and, ultimately, empower communities to solve problems.
Laura sees stories not simply as news, but as narrative therapy. She believes storytellers can heal themselves.
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