Digital Storytelling for Research and Advocacy Workshop

Colourful drawing of a person on a unicorn, by Morgan Sea

ReVision: The Centre for Art and Social Justice invites you to join us in Guelph and online for a Digital Storytelling for Research and Advocacy Workshop, February 13 – 27, 2024.

This workshop is for those interested in learning more about digital storytelling as a research method, powerful communication tool, and strategy for social change.

This three-week choose your own adventure experience over the course of 4 sessions will include both online and in-person options to choose from. It will provide an overview of digital storytelling as a method for a range of applications and a hands-on experience with an online, collaborative, video editing software, WeVideo to produce your own short film.

Online and In-Person, you will learn about:

  • sound design,
  • visual representation, and
  • advanced editing skills.

In-Person, we will offer:

  • animation tools and techniques,
  • spoken word poetry, and
  • food.

No prior experience needed. All the equipment for the in-person instruction, and support will be provided. Those participating in the workshop entirely online will need access to a computer equipped with Google Chrome.

Registration fee
(per person):

Online: $418.80
In-person: $518.80

Colourful drawing of a person on a unicorn, by Morgan Sea

Dates and Times (All in EST)

Groups of colourful mushrooms by Sonny Bean

Drawing of two people looking at a computer by Morgan Sea

* Arts Research Centre, University of Guelph (1Y4, Alumni Walk, Guelph, ON)

Session 2
February 21 | 9 am – 4 pm
Session 3
February 22 | 9 am – 4 pm

Line drawing of a squirrel by Devon Kerslake


Session 2
February 21 | 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Session 3
February 22 | 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Line drawing of a butterfly by Devon Kerslake
Drawing of a laptop computer by Morgan Sea

In addition to meeting with a facilitator one-on-one as needed

an artwork of a bettle by Sonny Bean
line drawing of a squirrel and butterfly by Devon Kerslake

Please share with your networks! If you have any questions, contact Ingrid Mündel at

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