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The 2020 Storytellers' Institute will discuss "Co-Creation and its Discontents," grappling with the modality of collaborative practice –the frustrations, the flaws, and the power of collectivizing in order to engage more deeply with each other, our communities, and the public. Join us for public programming during the MDOCS Forum (June 4-7).
The John B. Moore Documentary Studies Collaborative (MDOCS) serves Skidmore and the surrounding community through courses, workshops, and project support in the art of non-fiction. Whether you are interested in learning a new storytelling skill, advancing a nonfiction project, or pursuing the focused study of documentary traditions, MDOCS has a variety of ways for you to get involved in the program.
DOCUMENTARY STUDIES BEYOND SKIDMORE
Documentary work can take many forms in the professional world. MDOCS supports projects on and off campus, in the local community and beyond.
'18 Visiting Fellow
Sylvia is collaborating with Luis Luna to produce the new bilingual radio show Melting the ICE / Derritiendo el Hielo. The show shares stories of how Immigration and Customs Enforcement is impacting families and broadcasts to ICE detention centers sharing messages of love, solidarity and support to people currently in detention. STORYTELLERS’ INSTITUTE
Adam is working on a new installation in the Bennington Museum (VT). (re)Sounding activates and interprets the Museum’s collection of historic instruments by placing them on display alongside archival photographs, interpretive text, and an immersive sound installation of new music for old instruments. Feb 1 - May 23. MDOCS Faculty
Liv Fidler '19
Liv Fidler '19
Studio Manager at Brand New School
Liv Fidler ’19 (American Studies) had her film Chinese Breakfast accepted into the Adirondack Film Festival this past Fall and recently became the Studio Manager at a top production studio, Brand New School, in Manhattan. She also assists with research and social media on a new docuseries, UNLADYLIKE2020, premiering Summer 2020 on PBS. MDOCS ALUMNI
Skidmore Saratoga Memory Project
The Skidmore Saratoga Memory Project (SSMP) is an ongoing exploration of the contemporary and historical life of Saratoga County and Skidmore College. Through oral history projects it documents the rich history and cultures of Saratoga County and the contribution of historical and contemporary figures on the national and international stage.