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Can storytelling save the world? | Learn Do Share in Warsaw

We co-host the Warsaw edition of Learn Do Share, an international series of events dedicated to the future of media and new means of storytelling. Join now and take part in a discussion about using technological innovation to tell stories, that have a positive impact on our society.
WED   24 / 06 / 2015
09:15  –  18:15
National Stadium
Księcia Józefa Poniatowskiego 1

The program consists of three parts:


In the plenary session we'll be learning from the best. One of the participants will be Monika Bończa-Tomaszewska, who will speak about the way NInA's online and offline identities coexist and complement each other. We'll also hear from Lance Weiler (USA), Claire Leproust (FRA), Francis Pisani (FRA), Aleksandra Przegalińska (Polska) and Antoine Cayrol (FR).


The workshops will be devoted to the application of new ideas to social issues. We'll get to know innovative solutions such as an interactive map for people with vision dysfunctions and diagnostic games for children with behavioral disorders. The workshops will be hosted by Lance Weiler, representatives of Google and others.


We'll share stories about what we've achieved, how we got there and what we've learned. The program inludes presenations by representatives of harimata.co, getfinity.com and many others.


The conference is open and multidisciplinary. It's addressed to:

- producers, directors, screenwriters, designers

- IT specialists, programmers, game designers

- media and advertising specialists

- activists

- marketers and business representatives

- students

More about Learn Do Share

Learn Do Share is a grassroots innovation engine; a combination of events, labs and peer production. It is a community for open collaboration, design fiction and social innovation. Its methodology and framework is being adapted by Universities, organizations and makerspaces as a tool to help tackle wicked problems by harnessing storytelling, play, designing thinking and collaboration.

It started in 2007, when Lance Weiler organised his first event under the name of DIY Days:


Lance Weiler opowiada o inicjatywie DIY Days


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