I would like to propose to start from learning about our communities. Of course 'community' is supposed to be common for every its member. At the same time, each of us has peculiar view on communities he or she belongs to.
It would help us to see what we really have 'in common' within our communities, and what we appreciate on individual levels.
So, my proposal is the following:
If we take 'city community' as the basis and prepare short photo/text individual essays about cities we live in/study/ever lived.
We express what 'my city' means for we, what I love in it and dislike, what places I see the most beautiful, how I spend my time in my city, what I would like to chance in city's architecture/life style, as well as other I-deas we have.
And the we see individual essays in groups of one city f/ex: Khabarovsk/Amursk/Komsomolsk
So, we together may then analyze what our 'city communities' really are: what do we really have in common as city communities, and what do we have individual.
And it therefore will be the result of our 'community identity'.
Looking forward to your comments