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All Guiding Questions
- What stories have been told about you? About your communities?
- Who is allowed to tell stories?
- What stories do you wish were told about you? Who do you wish could hear those stories?
- Who makes the images you see everyday?
- How do others see you?
- Where do you see yourself represented?
- How do we make sense of images of others? Or ourselves?
- How might images resist or respond?
- How do we understand a painting?
- What objects are found in your archive?
Moving with Stories
- What are some other ways that stories can travel?
- Where could your story travel? Who needs to see or hear your story?
- What is the connection between storytelling and social justice?
- What impact can stories have that other academic outputs may not be able to achieve?
- What are some thoughts about vulnerability and feedback when storytellers share their stories?
- Who gets to have silence?
- How does silence make meaning?
- What does rest sound like?
- What is the difference between music and noise?
- How might sound resist or disrupt?
- What are we communicating with our voices?
- What kind of work does music do?
- What words or phrases are most important to your story?
- What sounds are most important to your story?
- What does your story reveal? What does it conceal?
- How does your story feel?
- Where are the moments of tension in your story? Where are the moments of emergence?
- How do the images in your story relate to each other? How do the sounds relate?
- Where are the moments of pause in your story?
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