Filmmaker Phillip McGraw explores what Juneteenth means to communities around the Twin Cities. Storymobile is a program sponsored by Saint Paul Almanac.
On Sunday June 28th, 2020, filmmaker Katharine DeCelle was downtown Minneapolis for Take Back Pride – a rally for JusticeForGeorgeFloyd and DefendBlackTransFolks.
Filmmaker Phillip McGraw interviews protestors, artists, and community members in the wake of the murder of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police.
Congratulations to our filmmakers! RONDO: Beyond the Pavement was selected to play at YoFi MicroFest Black History Month Showcase at the YoFi Digital Media Art Center in Yonkers, New…
Contact: Clarence White email@example.com 612-267-9036 SAINT PAUL (Aug 4, 2018) Do you have a favorite State Fair story? Something memorable? Something emotional? A love story? A funny fair story? On…
New and Improved Storymobile 2.0 Brings Better People-Powered Storytelling to the Streets of Saint Paul
New and Improved Storymobile 2.0 Brings Better People-Powered Storytelling to the Streets of Saint Paul Contact: Melvin Giles,firstname.lastname@example.org 651.792.6963 Clarence White, email@example.com 612-267-9036 SAINT PAUL (June 4, 2016) Construction is…
A handful of dedicated young people have been pulling through the streets of Frogtown and Old Rondo for an entire summer. Have you seen it? The buzz around this brilliant idea has created as much dedication from its followers as it has from the folks who have been pedalling the bike that pulls it.
SAINT PAUL, MINN. (May 28, 2014) – June 14 marks the rollout of Saint Paul Almanac’s Storymobile. Storymobile is a moveable community engagement tool that makes it easy to share, display, collect, and generate the narratives that make Saint Paul the vibrant and diverse city that it is. Look for this multimedia, solar-powered roving art space throughout the summer. This “stories on wheels” is on a bicycle trailer with ready tools—iPads, microphones, amps, and keyboards, as well as good old paper and pencil—to share and record stories.