Audio is a powerful tool for capturing experience and expression by giving context and meaning to the past.
Naturally occurring conversations can be an invaluable source or data. Feelings and non-linguistic information can also help transform a story providing making it even more valuable.
Recorded interviews give a voice to a wide range of perspectives and viewpoints on our local community. It is built around people and a relationships that widens the scope of understanding between race, gender and generations. It reveals the identity of a specific period and personality as well as a collective shape of a community’s view of itself.
STORIES ON THE LAND
Interviews conducted between 1999 - 2000 to preserve the stories and future visions of our landscape.
Visual & oral discussions of risks, challenges, losses and and triumphs that bear eloquence to Greene County.