January 17, 2021
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Re-authoring Confinement: Creating a Collaboratory During the Pandemic
Sunday, January 17, 2021
4- 5:30 pm NY Time
With İclal Eskioğlu Aydın, Jehanzeb Baldiwala, Lodovica Guidarelli, Kiki Hart, Dean Lobovits, Peggy Sax, Pam Burr Smith and many more
Around the world, Covid-19 profoundly impacts our everyday lives. Dealing with the previously unimaginable, many of us are coping with worrisome, terrifying and heartbreaking crises or worrying about the future for ourselves and our loved ones. While not in the same boat, we are in the same storm as each community – local and global -strives to come together to harness its unique skills, knowledge and experiences as we face very real challenges in everyday life.
Narrative approaches build on ideas and practices toward creating audiences, linking lives and reclaiming community out of catastrophe. As narrative practitioners we are trained to double-listen to problems, to pay close attention to the suffering as well as to initiatives and events that might not be predicted by the problematic stories. Building the Re-authoring Teaching virtual community applies similar practices to help us as individuals and communities endure the current pandemic in the digital age. What are we discovering as we endure this pandemic together? What are some of the sparkling moments where the dominance of the pandemic problem disappears?
Please join us as we begin our new year with inspirations that illustrate our shared commitment to embody the spirit of collaboration and community by being such a community. A range of contributors will share Covid inspired music, Community gatherings that collect wisdoms, Children and Family projects, Arts & Crafts, Gardens & Nature, Performances, Poetry & prose.
The program supported me to:
- Identify contextual differences being together in the same pandemic storm while nor in in the same boat as we face very real challenges in everyday life.
- Describe the principle and practice of double-listening to problems, paying close attention to the suffering as well as to initiatives and events that might not be predicted by the problematic stories during the pandemic.
- Discuss some of the sparkling moments in everyday life for members of our global learning community where the dominance of the pandemic problem disappears, and that embody a spirit of collaboration and community.
Recording of the January 17, 2021 Collab Salon
Continuing Education Credit
Here is the January 2021 evaluation form to fill out if have signed up to earn CE Credit (18 Credits for the entire 2021 aeries):
Materials to Review
Two Reauthoring Teaching webpages encourage members’ contributions to create a collaboratory together:
- Together Enduring Covid-19: Events and Resources
- Re-authoring Confinement: Inspiring sparkling moments in everyday life.
Sambhashan – a Free Open Access Peer-Reviewed Interdisciplinary Journal of the University of Mumbai- recently published an issue with articles by several people featured in this Collab
- My Forecast 2020 with Maria Tiunova (Lyrics), Elena Baskina (Vocals), Dean Lobovits (Music) arranged by a Russian indie composer 00:02:58
- Sunrise in the West: Vocals with Jennifir “Kiki” Bailes Music and Lyrics: Dean Lobovits 00:05:36
- My Forecast with Maria Tiunova (Lyrics), Elena Baskina (Vocals) and Dean Lobovits (Music) 00:04:06
- Stephen by Will Sherwin (Michael Castelli on Slide Guitar, Gene Combs on Guitar) 00:03:43
- Covid - Pierre Blanc-Sahnoun, Charlie Crettenand, Dean Lobovits 00:03:12
- Redrocks by Michael Castelli 00:05:16
- The River by David & Paul Paré 00:03:43
Kiki Hart,Michael Costelli, David Pare & Dean Lobovits
Charlie Crettenand (Sion, Switzerland)
Maria Tiunova (Moscow, Russia) and Elena Baskina (Moscow & New York)
Kiki Hart & Dean Lobovits
David Pare & Pierre Blanc-Sahnoun
Communities Collecting Wisdoms
Narrative Therapy India
Narrative Group Project in Turkey with İclal Eskioğlu Aydın
Kolkatha Community Care Collective Document
Special Lockdown Tree of Life for Children & Families: Bordeaux, France
Children, Families & Animal Companions
Ummeed Child Development Center
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