A UK online
Centres event for Durham and Teesside
26th of March
2003 at the University
is about sustaining and developing the UK online network and the way forward for centres.
at the event will be the Octorama
which will contain multi media content from UK online centres on
the theme of:
Click here for
examples of community art from the event
Stories from the event
more information about the Octorama contact:
Thompson, University Of Teesside - 01642 342786 or 07860
for the Octorama can be sounds, videos or images. We would
like as many Durham and Teesside Centres as possible to run
workshops to produce content for the exhibition. Sound bites
should be no longer than 20 seconds. Video can be digital or VHS.
Images should be 720 by 534 pixels in size. Assisance can be given
if needed for Centres to run workshops. The deadline for
delivering content for exhibition is March 1st.
- Many UK Online Centres are now participating and the BBC Bus
has just joined us and will be collecting material throughout
February. Click here to see
Middlesbrough's Hope Foundation hard at work.
will the bus be? - About
will find below some examples of content ideas on the theme of
from Steve Thompson:- These Family Link ideas are mostly
from my own family archives. I hope they give you an idea
of the kind of thing that can be done.
||This is a
collage of me, my father, his father, his father and his
father: five generations
I Was Born
||A coat passed
down through the family.
||This is a
picture of me, my aunt Mary and my cousin Christine. The
two kids in front are me and my cousin as page boy and bridesmaid
at my aunt Mary's wedding.
||A succession of
images telling a story
||A picture sent
Microsoft Autoroute. A scan from an atlas could be used
(actually this breaches copyright but we have developed a tutorial
to keep you keep you out of jail.)
|The GI Bride
||A poem written
by my aunt Eva and read by my mother
||An event help a
while ago at North Ormesby 2001. people brought in objects
to be scanned or photographed and an auctioneer did the
antiques roadshow type valuation.
||A collage of old
and not so old photos
again, with a humorous twist