I looked around for a Storythreading thread, but found none. There is an event tomorrow that may be of interest, so starting a thread at least to share resources for the time being.
The Online Learning Series, hosted by the IFVP continues on August 18 with Anthony Weeks, from San Francisco, USA!
During this episode Anthony Weeks will explore the role of the listener in visual practice.
Specifically, Anthony will invite us to talk and listen together about:
How do we bring our whole selves to our listening practice while not making it all about us?
How do we test our listening practices to see which of our own stories, past experiences, biases, and filters influence our abilities to listen to stories that are not our own?
What does “ethical listening” mean? Why does it matter?
How do our positions in the room/online/in relation to participants/in our communities/in the world affect the ways in which we listen?
Why is listening important in visual practice? It’s all about how things look, right? If that’s not true, why are we so impressed by it/worried about the aesthetics?
WHEN: August 18 2020 at 7:30 AM US Pacific Time
Please use the following Time Converter if you have doubts about the right time of this session where you are: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html?iso=20200421T160000
Register in advance for this meeting here: https://bit.ly/IFVPOLSEp12
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
This on-line session is OPEN and FREE to all. It will be recorded and available to ONLY IFVP members on IFVP.org.
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