Not Your Average Fable

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(Not) Your Average Fable

We want to create a visually immersive platform that allows our audience to engage with a collection of original fairytale and fable-inspired stories in a contemporary setting.

Days Left

An infusion of traditional fairytales and contemporary media.

We’re creating a website through Wix that will host a collection of ten fairytale-inspired original short stories. This will be accompanied by visual media and interactive components to create a unique and engaging experience for readers.

We are a pair of university students who are undertaking this creative project as part of our final-year course.

This project is aimed to engage people from all walks of life that are interested in the written word and/or visual experiences. We believe that our content will particularly appeal to women.

It will be in development from August to November, 2019, with the final product to be exhibited at the University of Newcastle’s graduate festival from the 13th to the 17th of November.

We believe that our project will be key in bridging the gap between the written word and the interactive experience of a digital platform. It is expected to be low cost, and as such our main goal is to reach enough funding to host our website and market it accordingly.

The end result will be a collection of ten stories that utilise visual and interactive elements for a unique and engaging experience. If you want to keep up with us, follow us on instagram at notyouraveragefable2019 where we will be posting the latest updates.

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We are a small group of university students that want to explore and enrich the way we interact with stories. We want to create a small-scale exhibition to convey the stories we have created.

Using multimedia storytelling techniques, fairy tales and fables will be re-visioned to emulate issues and situations in contemporary society. This collection of curated stories will be expressed in the form of digital literature, embracing multimedia elements to heighten the storytelling experience.




Kylie Dunn