What is Digital Storytelling?
Digital stories combine narrative with digital content—including images, photos, sound, animation and/or video—to create a short movie. Digital stories generally tell a personal story about life changing events or a turning point in a person’s life.
Have you seen the personal stories from people with an experience of rural suicide on The Ripple Effect?
Have you seen the personal stories from rural women who have navigated tough times on From Inside the Farm Gate?
Have you seen the personal stories from young rural adults who have navigated tough times?
More information about digital storytelling can be found here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_storytelling
“It was a powerful, fantastic and at times quite full on experience”
“This has been an amazing process of sharing stories but also of sharing friendship and conquests over adversity. The support from staff and participants in the project has been exemplary and a joy to be part of. I think there is much to be gained by sharing this as an experience but I see great value to any one who will view the works outside of the participants group.”
(Feedback from previous Digital Storytelling Workshop participants)
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The NCFH Digital Storytelling Workshops have been made possible by generous donations from The Geelong Gentlemen’s Lunch, The Rosemary Norman Foundation, Hamish Job & Hugh Browning, ARB 4×4 Accessories, LaTrobe Ag Society, Port Fairy CWA, Woolsthorpe CWA, Moruya High School, NOMAD, Knox Grammar and Good Shepherd College; funding from the Victorian Women’s Trust, William Buckland Foundation and GMHBA; and, through support from Western District Health Service, South West TAFE and Swinburne University.