Digital Stories & StoryCloud

Local Stories

Introducing stories about climate change, created inside and outside community digital storytelling workshops and our artist-led research.

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belvedere / a love story

Alice Hamilton's lyrical homage to the Belvedere, a local apartment building where residents are threatened by renoviction.

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Here We Come Mount Pleasant

Don Martin's delightful tour of Mount Pleasant breweries with an old friend includes a musical tribute to classic television.

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signals

The storyteller photographed orange fencing around the trees of Mount Pleasant as she walked, documenting gentrification.

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Silent Azaan

Zool Suleman explores the Silent Azaan, the Muslim call to prayer heard five times daily around the world but not...

The Kingsgate Mall

The Kingsgate Mall

Time travel by following the storytellers’ animated silent vision of Mount Pleasant's Kingsgate Mall over time.

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Bonnie Says

Jackie Dives’ brilliant homage to living under the initial pandemic lock-down. In April 2020, many of us looked forward to...

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Talking Poles

A collaboration between Lorna Boschman, Victoria Moulder, T’uy’t’tanat Cease Wyss and local community members who shared their voices and drumming.

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Harry Grunsky’s Humboldt

Harry Grunsky, a gay man, returns to his hometown of Humboldt, Saskatchewan after a tragic road accident devastated the local...

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Streetcars of Mount Pleasant

Quick history of the streetcars of Mount Pleasant and how they helped early residents of Vancouver travel back and forth...

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Mother Daughter Bake-Off

Our episodic cooking show, Jill and Lorna’s Kitchen, travels to exotic Finn Slough (outside Vancouver BC), home of Lady Justice...

Toby Sharp explains academic connections to the Trans Mountain pipeline

Toby Sharp Energy Dragon

Heather McLean reflects on the gendered dimensions and settler colonial politics of corporatised university research.

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Donut Holes on the Playa

Vicki Moulder and her husband Todd attended Burning Man for years, making donuts in the desert with a group of...

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The People’s Garden Project

Noel at the Farm, watercolour by Angela Walcott Toronto artist Angela Walcott presents her second geolocation project with Digital Stories...

Folk Costume Fashion

Folk Costume Fashion

Folk Costume Fashion traces the story of my mother’s folk costume and her journey to meet family in Finland and...

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City We Live In

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29d9IWwTG5Y 360 video is a powerful technological tool that allows a viewer to experience a sense of place with interactivity....

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But where are you from from?

My short story focuses on a walk towards China Creek North Park which was once a critical point of convergence...

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Labyrinths

Homage to 13 local Labyrinths. Imagine the Labyrinths are portals to one another, making travel from one Vancouver neighbourhood to...

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Lulu’s Story

Moving to big town Vancouver helped Lulu to develop her fashion career and connect with other trans folks.

Big Blue

Built in 1889, the big blue James Black Gallery has been a live-in art collective since the early 2000s in...

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