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Telling Our Stories

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Memories of Moomba
Digital Storytelling is a form of personal, heartfelt expression that enables individuals, communities and organisations to reclaim their personal cultures and stories while exploring their artistic creativity.

The program provides the opportunity for organisations and communities to have a unique and powerful way to voice their message, while enriching the lives of the individuals who participate.  ACMI works with communities and key organisations to develop specific Digital Storytelling projects.

An extraordinary range of organisations and communities have recorded and preserved their stories for future generations through the dynamic workshop program. These projects have produced powerful stories that examine all elements of being human - love, loss, recovery, isolation and celebration. Participants have created tributes to important people in their lives, told stories of experiencing or recovery from illness and explored the place where they live.

Watch selected stories online

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A Woman's Tale
Here we tell extraordinary tales of women's lives. The central premise of this major digital storytelling project, funded by VicHealth, was to empower women from all walks of life to tell and share their personal stories.

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Community Stories
ACMI has conducted its Digital Storytelling in partnership with an extraordinary range of community groups. Each project is unique and has produced a collection of stories that share the value of the stories of individuals and their communities.

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Telling Stories: Building Communities
The result of a year-long project that explores the personal journeys of identity, displacement, survival, courage, sexuality and memory. This major digital storytelling project and exhibition was supported by Vic Health.

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