Digital Storytelling

Everybody has a story to tell - let us show you how to share yours

Digital Stories are short, personal, multimedia scraps of TV / film that anybody can make for themselves using photographs, cameras, scanners and computers.  They can be funny or serious, happy or sad; the most important thing is that it’s your own personal story, told by you with your images.

During workshops participants create a short story based on their own experience, record a voice over of themselves reading their story and then scan and download photographs to go with it to make a short film.  Participants use new media technology and have the chance to try basic image manipulation and editing software.  Everyone who has made a digital story has really loved the process!   At the end of the workshop participants leave with a range of new skills and hopefully a digital story they are proud of.  The stories are posted on the Arts Centre website – please click on the link below - and may even be shown in the Arts Centre Cinema.

Click on the links on the left to watch some of the stories made at the Arts Centre, and to find out more about upcoming events.

Leonardo story by Leonardo Milhomen Here and There Ahmed Al Haidos Under the Water by Peter Kazembe Football is my life by Michal Kolodziej The Relationship by Sarah Riley Shopping in Aberystwyth Here and There 2010 Here and There 2009 Our Jess - Ailsa Richardson Orienteering - Amanda Jones How Charming? - Claire Duthie Borrowed Life - Cara Brostrom Will work for yoghurt - Chris Okerberg My Life as a Winklepicker - Gill Ogden Bread of Heaven - Gudrun Jones Snow White - a fairy tale of sorts - Gweneira Raw Rees Pork Pie - Helen Jones When I Smile - Lara Beasley Dwy Ynys / Dau Hanes - Marian Delyth Anniversary - Oliver Morys Improvise Adapt Overcome - Rachel Scurlock I Love Nuns - Rosie Collins A Midwife's Life - Sara McAleese Hafod: A Centre of Great Misfortune - Stuart Evans Carrying On - Val Stein