Etched from Granite is a project of the NH HIV Planning Group that utilizes Digital Storytelling to tell the stories of HIV in New Hampshire. The content of these stories is of a deeply personal nature and may include triggers such as sexuality, assault, substance misuse, and mental health.
The first video contains all six stories, and the individual videos can be found below. For more information about the Etched from Granite Project please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
**Update: StoryCenter will be having a three-day digital storytelling workshop, November 6-8 (Tues-Thurs) from 2pm – 6 pm each day. You must be able to attend all three days of the workshop. Those who attend will share a story verbally, in a group “Story Circle”; write a script for the story; record the story into a microphone; and use computers to edit the story. Prior media experience is not necessary. Expert facilitators will give support for all aspects of the workshop. For more information about the workshop, please click on the following link: Digital Storytelling Workshop
Etched from Granite – 6 Stories of HIV in New Hampshire
- Zena’s Story – Union
- Tim’s Story – The Old Man and Me
- Melvin’s Story – Oh Happy Life
- Beth’s Story – Full Circle
- Arthur’s Story – Day 1
- Annie’s Story – Odyssey