About the Workshop
Future Through Memory is a virtual participatory workshop that explores themes of personal memory and East and Southeast Asian diasporic experience through methods of oral testimony, transmedia, and digital storytelling.
The workshop is a space where multidisciplinary artists and practitioners can learn about virtual reality, and recreate virtual worlds online. The workshop is supported by technical guidance, sounds/audio workshops, and sharing among peers. Participants are supported by the multidisciplinary backgrounds of the Dias:stories team.
To learn more about the initial workshop visit futurethroughmemory.ca
Applications are now closed.
Sessions 1-3 (Weekend Sessions)
Friday, May 13th
Saturday May 14th
Sunday, May 15th
Wednesday, May 25th
Wednesday, June 8th
Wednesday, June 22nd
*Times will be based on the participants time zones, we encourage applicants to submit wherever they are, but our instructors will be working within EST and PST time zones.
Participants must be atleast 18 years of age.
Participants must be of East and/or Southeast Asian descent.
Participants will require a smartphone and/or camera that can take photos and record audio.
Have an internet connection
No prior experience in 3D scanning, web coding, or documentary practices required.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to use my legal name for the application?
Nope, participants are welcome to enter with their preferred name. We will only need your legal name for administrative purposes to send your honorarium and will be kept confidential.
What If I need to leave this workshop series mid-way?
Participants are free to leave the project and workshops at any time. The honorarium will be based on attendance, so you will still be rewarded for your time committed to the study ($1080/X sessions attended).
Can I do my project in another language or feature other languages besides English in my project?
Yes, we welcome participants to include other languages to communicate their stories. Translation into English is optional, but not mandatory.
How will my portfolio and work be peer-reviewed?
Portfolios will be reviewed based on a process that considers a range of Southeast and East Asian experiences, diverse storytelling forms, and artistic capacities. Our goal is to curate an interdisciplinary experience that includes a wide range of participants from different backgrounds.
Where is this going to be presented?
There will be a virtual exhibition and potentially a future physical exhibition with partner organizations. Participants will hold rights over intellectual property.