TELL YOUR STORY THROUGH AUDIO
A GUIDE TO CREATING YOUR AUDIO STORY
Correct the voice in your head that says your story is not important to share.
Your audio storytelling is your response to the silencing of women. It can reflect any personal or collective experience of strength, hope, unity or resistance of oppression, injustice, or exclusion.
Please limit your story to 3 minutes maximum.
Consider the following guidelines when you are creating your audio story:
Write your story down first.
* If you feel stuck here, remind yourself that you are not alone.
Connect with Ginny’s spoken word (this is a video, but her story follows the guidelines in terms of process), look at women’s stories and connect with the history of the art movement on Instagram @womenslaundry.
Practice telling your story aloud before you begin recording.
It is not necessary for you to identify yourself specifically within your story, but you are welcome to include your entire name if you choose.
Find a quiet space to begin recording.
Record your story once and then listen to it so that you can make any necessary changes when you record it a second time.
Invite others to participate and be a part of the narrative.