How does language influence our world view, or reveal our biases? Will the future of news be hyperlocal or distributed? Who writes it, how is it accessed, and who controls it?
Hyperlocal Headlines takes place as a series of artist-facilitated creative conversations and collective storytelling and writing sessions that imagine the future of news. Participants will become citizen journalists for a day, learning to collaborate with AI technologies, understand media bias and language, and explore how the ways we tell stories can impact collective futures.
Participants’ narrative and poetic speculations will be broadcast as website interventions and on three public digital news tickers across Naarm/Melbourne.
Public Work Session 1
Sat 11 Jun
📍 City of Melbourne location*
Public Work Session 2
Tues 14 Jun
The Work Sessions are free to attend, and a limited number of $100 payments are available for any participants who are unwaged workers or concession card holders
Registrations for this event open on Mon 23 May. Get tickets first by signing up to our mailing list here
*This venue is being confirmed. It will be within the City of Melbourne.
Make or Break devise and experiment with process-based projects that are co-authored with communities they are invited into. These have included creating experimental economies and temporary currencies; caring for civic spaces; celebrating the labour of strangers; prototyping future worlds; writing speculative fiction and facilitating conversations as collective research.
Auslan interpretation will be available for the Work Session on the 14 June. We would love to support your attendance. To share or confirm any access requirements with Next Wave for either of the two sessions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by 04 June.
All work sessions are wheelchair accessible. Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
Learn about Access at our venue Siteworks here.
For more information visit https://nextwave.org.au/whats-on/hyperlocal-headlines