From Stories to Maps: Editing Oral History Audio Interviews on LGBT+ Life
OutStories Bristol have already collected hours and hours of valuable oral history interviews on LGBT+ lives in the city. In their present form these interviews are not very accessible – they are very long and held in the archives at Bristol’s M Shed museum.We want them to be heard, to be linked to the places they describe; we want to put them on Bristol City Council’s Know Your Place map for easy access.
At this workshop, with your help, we will we be editing the interviews into place-specific bite-sized chunks that can be added to an LGBT+ history map of Bristol.
No is experience is necessary – all training (and lunch!) will be provided.
Places are limited. Please book a ticket on Eventbrite if you wish to attend:
Access to the Multimedia Centre is at the back of 19 Woodland Road. Go to 21 Woodland Road, follow the road around to the car park at the rear and walk down to the back of number 19. The Multimedia Centre is wheelchair accessible.
Mapping LGBT+ Bristol is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.