- The first day opened with several panel presentations with a focus on Broadcasting, Impact Effects Evaluation, Platforms and Publics and Storytelling Futures. The full program can be found at this link: Co-Creative Communities Program.
- Welcome from lead investigator Dr Christina Spurgeon and Aunty Joy Murphy.
- — JJ King (@J2koffline)Wed, Nov 07 2012 22:14:15Today #ozccm12 = http://www.acmi.net.au/cocreative-communities-forum.aspx …au/cocreative-communities-forum.aspx
- — Mairead (@maireadhannan)Wed, Nov 07 2012 22:27:51#ozccm12 Thansk to Aunty Joy Murphy for welcome to country reminding us of nature, place, how we belong and engaging with young people
- The first panel for the day was on the theme "Broadcast Yourself" and featured Sue Schardt (Association of Independents in Radio, USA) Cath Dwyer (ABC Open), Michael Torres (Goolarri Media Enterprises), Kath Letch (Community Broadcasting Association of Australia) and Indu Balachandran (Information & Cultural Exchange).
- — Richard Leigh (@CampfireFF)Wed, Nov 07 2012 22:51:59
- — IRCA Australia (@IRCAaustralia)Wed, Nov 07 2012 23:04:45
- — Georgia Moodie (@GeorgiaMoodie)Wed, Nov 07 2012 23:27:56Very impressed by Indu Balachandran and the work she's overseeing at Information & Cultural Exchange in Western Sydney #ozccm12
- — Cobi Smith (@cobismith)Wed, Nov 07 2012 23:38:21
- — CampfireFilmFoundatn (@CampfireFF)Wed, Nov 07 2012 23:48:33
- Cath Dwyer from ABC Open mentioned how the simple use of a photograph and the related short story of a footy loving grandpa, was one of their most popular stories.
Twitter Overview from the Co-Creative Communities Forum
Below are some many tweets that occurred online at the Co-Creative Communities Forum and Exchange held at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) on the 8th and 9th November 2012. The tweets provide a great opportunity to reflect on topics discussed and links to the relevant initiatives.