ART OF STORYTELLING: A VISUAL NARRATIVE OF PEOPLE AND PLACES
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"Journaling, as a narrative medium, is a way to express experiences/stories/memories of all the intangible associations that one has or develops by occupying a space over a period of time. This eventually transforms them into powerful meaningful places that have stories to tell and worth documenting.
Most Indian cities have a rich “Cultural heritage” which includes traditions or living expressions inherited such as oral traditions, performing arts, social practices, rituals, festive events, etc. (as stated by UNESCO). Temple towns of Gujarat are such examples. These towns have a central physical built structure (tangible), which prompt associations and experiences, leaving imprint (intangible) on peoples mind. These memories of particular times connect people emotionally (intangible) with place. Hence through this course participants will use the art of journaling - visual representation, to document and represent tangible and intangible associations, that will takes them back and forth in time.
This is partially on CEPT campus and Travel based course (travel and stay at: Dakor, Kheda district, Gujarat - Grand Temple town of Shree Ranchhodraij- Bhagwan Shree Krishna)."

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