How to Tell #OurParkAndRecStory: Storytelling Through Video
This July’s Park and Recreation Month theme is “Our Park and Recreation Story.” To kick things off we’re offering this free learning opportunity that will give park and recreation professionals the skills needed to effectively interview community members, capture their stories and share them through compelling video. Join Casey Stein — a filmmaker who has directed projects for Nike, The New York Times, IBM, American Express, David Bowie and more — as he shares the basics of storytelling, tips for how to interview members of your community on camera, and best practices for capturing compelling video you can use to help amplify the stories that show the impact parks and recreation has in your community.
By attending the live webinar event, you are eligible to win one of six GoPro prize packs to help film your own “Our Park and Recreation Story” video!
NRPA Education online learning content is accessible for 180 days from the date of your registration. The learning content is available for registration for one year from the date of origination.
Casey Stein (he/him/his)
Casey Stein is a Washington, D.C., born, New York-educated and Brooklyn-based director. His films and interactive experiences have screened around the world, including the Tribeca Film Festival, the New York Film Festival and Forum Des Images. You can check out his work here: https://www.caseystein.com/
Cort Jones (he/him/his) (Moderator)
National Recreation and Park Association
Cort Jones is the communications manager for the National Recreation and Park Association and co-host of Open Space Radio. He manages NRPA’s Park and Recreation Month campaign, a month-long celebration of the essential work of park and recreation professionals. He enjoys connecting with NRPA members and helping them share their stories in order to elevate their good work.