Performers and Programs

Program Information

Program name: Telling Community Stories: Oral History and Cultural Documentation
Program category: History
Multicultural- Other
Other
Program length: Flexible
Audience level: All ages
Audience size: Flexible
Program description: TELLING COMMUNITY STORIES: ORAL HISTORY AND CULTURAL DOCUMENTATION teaches participants to capture oral histories and community stories using the tools and techniques of cultural documentation. Modules - which may be selected and customized according to school budgets, schedules and available equipment - include: Defining the topic and identifying interview subjects (e.g., Veterans History Projects, Local Heroes and Heroines, Community Histories, and Family Histories), Conducting field interviews, Field interview documentation and release forms, Audio-recording field interviews (analog or digital audio recorders are required), Researching subjects online and in the library, Photographing subjects (digital or analog cameras are required; cameras may be disposable), Videotaping subjects - Part I (analog or digital camcorders are required), Videotaping subjects - Part II (analog or digital camcorders are required), Archiving and sharing oral histories online (computers with Internet access are required), Preparing and practicing to share oral histories in class and in assembly programs, FOR ADULTS: Train the trainer sessions. CATEGORIES: Literature, Music, Theater, Visual Arts, Professional Development. NYS STANDARDS: I, II, III, and IV.
Space/special requirements:
Travel restrictions: N/A
Program fee: $3001+
Is this fee negotiable? Yes
Mileage included? Yes
Notes about the fee: Program fee may depend upon length and duration of sessions, number of participants, travel time and mileage expenses.
Other notes: Fees for travel time and mileage expenses TBD.
Regions this program
can be performed in:
Western
Rochester
Central
South Central
Capital District
North Country
Metro
Southeastern
Long Island
Program last updated: 09/29/2008
   
Performer Information (see all of this performer's programs)
Stage name: Lisa Tolliver
Performer name: Lisa Tolliver
Phone: 914-664-5552
Mailing address: 26 First Street, P.O. Box 8549
Pelham, NY 10803-9998
E-mail address: ltolliver@360meridian.com
Website: http://www.womenarts.org/network/profile_2509.html
Performer's agent: 360 MERIDIAN, LLC
   
Previous appearances at: CONFERENCES: PodCampCity Online, Education & Media Conference, BlackTechMagazine's Technology & Business Conference, ASSOCIATIONS & NON-PROFITS: Volunteer Center of the United Way--Awards Luncheon, Boy Scouts of Greater New York, Boys & Girls Club, Junior Achievement, SCORE, YWCA, National Black MBA Association, Kingsbridge Heights Community Center, Rotary Club, SCHOOLS: k-12 schools, Keller Graduate School of Management, Metropolitan College of New York, CUNY Hunter, CUNY Baruch, SUNY Nassau Community College, Essex County College (NJ), DeVry University (NY Metro), NEW YORK RADIO: WVOX & WVIP, CORPORATE & GOV'T: SBA, MTA, Port Authority of NY/NJ, Defense Department, NYC Dept. of Business Services, NYC Small Business Centers, Turner Construction
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Performer information last updated: 02/04/2014

 

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