I am presently writing scripts for our 2011 and 2012 Rainbowl Palette Production Design Programme as part of our international online Inni’City Innovation Feastival.  The premiere of the programme is on October 5 to 8 [2012] and the July 2013 Gala event is being scheduled for Istanbul or Prague.

 

I am presently trying to involve storytellers from countries across the World in the Programme.

 

Digital interpretations of stories on the Digital Wall through music, dance, fashion and modeling is the essence of the Rainbowl Production, and I am trying to find interesting stories that will lend itself to great productions.

 

Any storyteller and/or teacher who would like to be involved, or have his/her class involved online must please contact me.

 

Adrian MEYER

South Africa

nydt@mweb.co.za

Tags: Digital, Feastival, Inni'City, Innovation, Palette, Production, Rainbowl, storytelling, wall

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Bob Greenberg makes fantastic videos with his kids, telling amazing stories. You can find him here among  my friends also here:

http://classblogmeister.com/blog.php?blogger_id=148947

Good luck :)

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