From viral marketing tool to pedagogical blockbuster, 'Inanimate Alice' has had a meteoric and largely unexpected rise to international prominance. Writer, creator and Professor of Creative Writing & Digital Media at Bath Spa Kate Pullinger, will be joining us to ask - How did that happen?
In 2006 Kate Pullinger and Chris Joseph were commissioned to create a series of interactive stories for a marketing campaign for a feature film that didn’t exist. From that inauspicious beginning, ‘Inanimate Alice’ has gone on to become one of the most popular digital stories for educators around the world, from primary to doctoral level. How and why did this happen? Kate will discuss the story’s unique and on-going progress. www.inanimatealice.com
This talk was originally scheduled for Friday 18 Jan but had to be postponed due to heavy snow. Thanks very much to Kate for being so flexible.
This Lunchtime Talk is part of Open Studio Friday, which takes place at the Studio every week.
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