In addition to the storytelling and arts-based research methods we employ in our funded research projects, Re•Vision collaborates with organizations, community groups, educators, and researchers in a fee-for-service model. We bring to this work our collective experience in facilitating digital storytelling workshops that blend the personal and professional. Our team is made up of filmmakers, artists, researchers, editors, and more; many of us occupy several of these roles.
We work closely with organizations and groups to determine their workshop needs and goals. Some of our past workshops have covered topics ranging from mental health to aging to environmentalism and beyond.
Organizations and people we have collaborated with include:
- The DaVinci Program
- Ontario Psychiatric Outreach Program
- The University of Toronto Scarborough
- Ryerson School of Fashion
- Aging with Pride
- STAR Learning Centre: A Project of the Urban Angel Fund for Homeless People
- Adoption Council of Canada
- George Brown College
- Food: Locally Embedded, Globally Engaged (FLEdGE)
- Powerhouse Project
- Enacting Autism Inclusion
More information about the workshop process can be found on our workshop page.
Contact us to find out more about how we can partner with you!