Photoville USA - The Community Heroes Project
Sept 30-Oct 3:
School of the New York Times - Activating Empathy through Music and Storytelling
Oct 9, Dec 11:
GRAMMY Museum New Jersey - Music and Activism: in Conjunction with Woodstock 50th Anniversary Exhibition
GRAMMY and Library of Congress Award-nominated producer and artist Jocelyn Arem speaks on a variety of topics related to multimedia production and storytelling. Her Arbo Radiko principles (“remix reimagine reinspire”) developed over 20 years working at the intersection of archival storytelling, multimedia production and community, foster learning, inspiration, connectivity and empathy.
She has been invited to speak at:
The School of the New York Times
The EMP Pop Music Conference
The Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University
The San Francisco GRAMMY Chapter
The American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress
The NYU Music Technology Colloquium
The Monterey Jazz Festival.
Signature talks (topics can be curated to your unique group) include:
Activating Empathy through Multimedia Storytelling
Archival Storytelling and Content Curation for Creatives
Oral History and Content Curation for Creatives
Reviving, Restoring, and Reimagining the Creative Archive
Music and Activism
Radically Creative Insight Sessions
Through a single “deep dive” 1-hour insight session, Arbo Radiko founder and creative archival storytelling consultant Jocelyn Arem will help you (1) Explore your archival storytelling narrative and best platform/s to present your story (2) Define concrete strategies to position your unique project to support your creative work, brand, and/or business. Includes one email follow up.
6 Month accelerator
Radically Creative Accelerator Workshop Series
“Archival Storytelling for Creatives” Our 6-month workshop accelerator series brings together a group of 10 creatives across disciplines in an intimate course designed to help artists, producers and organizational leaders reimagine archival content through a variety of multimedia and cross-platform projects. In our sessions, we tease out the purpose and strategy behind your current work and goals for utilizing your archival content, allowing you to clearly communicate the project to your stakeholders and audiences, as well as design and implement a work plan for success. Our monthly 1.5 hour Zoom sessions allow for accountability and focus, a curated list of archival storytelling resources, and the opportunity for shared feedback from group members.
Applications open October 15 for the Spring Session (January - June).