Volunteer Dundee and Project Partners joyfully invite you to attend these food and social tourism related workshops.

 

We have a plethora of engaging and up to the minute creative approaches to help your SME, Social Enterprise and Community initiative to capture and tell your food story digitally for mass appeal and share in Dundee’s growing food scene.

As part of #FeedMeAStory, there are two amazing opportunities to take part in free storytelling workshops on the 4th of December.

Documentation and Zine Making (3hrs) starts 9:30am

The first is a ‘zine and documentation workshop with Sarah Amy Fishlock – an award winning artist who has exhibited internationally and whose work has been featured in The Guardian, The Independent and BBC. She has conducted zine workshops throughout the country, and we are extremely fortunate to have secured her contribution to the project.

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Creating Food Stories for the Digital Age (3hrs) 

The second workshop (or workshops!) comprises 3 different sessions on pop-ups restaurants, plating up for food photography and how to utilize social media for food photography.

9.30-10.30amPop-ups and food events – discussing event work, pop-ups and own experiences and philosophy with Liam McAlpine. Head chef at Glasgow’s Balcony Cafe (five star rated on Trip Advisor), this charismatic foodie regularly features on STV.

10.30-11.30am – Food Presentation for Photography – for this session Liam is joined by photographer Alasdair Watson. As a top specialist photographer in this field, Alasdair’s clients include Hard Rock Cafe, Taste Buchanan, Whyte and MacKay, Glasgow’s Whisky Festival and Tasting Scotland.

11.30-12.30amBasic Photography Techniques for Food – a final session run by Alasdair.

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Light refreshments will be provided @12:30noon and there are networking opportunities afterwards. These workshops are FREE and were funded as part of Scottish Enterprise Cultural Tourism Strategy for Dundee.

Don’t forget to tweet on our twitter account and find out more about what we have been doing since the launch.

#FeedMeAStory  @DNDfeedmeastory

This project is funded by Scottish Enterprise as part of the cultural tourism funding for Dundee and Tayside. It is supported by Open Change, Dundee Bairns, Dundee and Angus College, Media for Communities and organised by Volunteer Dundee.

For more information please visit: http://www.openchange.co.uk/feed-me-a-story/

For more information on these workshops, please contact project partner Simona Davidson on simonadavidson@volunteerdundee.org.uk and 01382 305705