Learn how to bring your story to the screen. Participants will use creative writing and storyboarding techniques to write a real-life story, which they will then craft into a short film using images and their own voices. Participants will have the option to share their film with the public at the event HIV Scotland are taking part in the following weekendThis workshop in particular aims to amplify the voices of women, whose experiences with HIV are often overlooked. This event is open to those living with or affected by HIV and who identify as a woman or non-binary.

This event is hosted by HIV Scotland as part of the Disclosures Digital project, which aims to challenge HIV stigma through providing safe spaces for those living with or affected by HIV to tell their stories and share them with the public. The workshop will be lead by Artist-in-Residence Angie Spoto with support from The Scottish Book Trust. 

Participants with all levels of digital skill/literacy are encouraged to take part. If you have found lack of profiency in digital or online skills a barrier in the past, this workshop will help you begin to overcome that barrier.

Places at this workshop are very limited.

This workshop is being held with thanks to the Digital Storytellers of The Scottish Book Trust

HIV Scotland can cover some element of travel and/or childcare required in order to attend this event. Contact [email protected] to enquire.

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