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Story Title: Penned In

Collection: Ten Stories High (collection)
Organisation: Verbal Arts Centre (organisation)

One of eight video stories from the collection Ten Stories High.

Short video story about living alongside a peaceline in Derry / Londonderry.

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Title
Penned In - Robert, Mark,William, Gareth, and Ryan
Description
One of eight video stories from the collection Ten Stories High.
Creator
Verbal Arts Centre and Community Safety Partnership.
Source
http://w.verbalartscentre.co.uk/10stor/kids_mixed.htm
Publisher
Verbal Arts Centre
Date
2013
Format
Shockwave Flash Object (.swf); 1 minute; 1 MB
Language
English
CAIN Glossary: Peaceline; Peace Wall
CAIN Key Issue: Segregation
CAIN Associated Site The Cost of the Troubles Study
Story Title
Penned In
Story Available
Yes
Story Format
Video
Story Source
Ten Stories High website:
http://w.verbalartscentre.co.uk/10stor/
Direct link to story:
http://w.verbalartscentre.co.uk/10stor/kids_mixed.htm
Interviewee Forename(s)
Robert, Mark,William, Gareth, and Ryan (joint interview)
Language Spoken
English
Interviewee Gender
Male
Home Address
Protestant
Status
Civilian
Story Abstract
Short video story about living alongside a peaceline in Derry / Londonderry.
Places Mentioned
Fountain estate, Derry / Londonderry, Northern Ireland.

Collection InformationShowHide

Title
Ten Stories High (collection)
Description
A collection of 8 stories, in video format, based on the experiences of young and older people living in the Bishop Street and Fountain Estate area of Derry.
"10 Stories High is a Digital Story Telling project that offers participants the opportunity to express their views in words and pictures in a format that can be accessed locally, nationally and internationally." (from the Ten Stories High website)
Creator
The Verbal Arts Centre with the Community Safety Partnership, in the Derry City Council area.
Subject
"This intergenerational project gave young people and older people in the Bishop Street and Fountain Estate an opportunity to tell the world what they thought about living in their area. The stories cover two main topics: Feeling Safe Where We Live and Sharing Space with a different Generation." (from the Ten Stories High website)
Source
Website:
http://w.verbalartscentre.co.uk/10stor/index.htm
Publisher
The Verbal Arts Centre
Date
2013?
Format
Video (comprised of still images and audio)
Language
English
Coverage
Bishop Street and Fountain Estate, Derry, Northern Ireland.
Stories Collected
8 videos involving 17 participants.

Organisation InformationShowHide

Title
Verbal Arts Centre (organisation)
Description
The Verbal Arts Centre is an educational charity, based in Derry. As part of its work it has engaged in a number of story-telling projects.
Date Formed
1992
Status
Active (checked June 2014)
Address
Verbal Arts Centre
Stable Lane and Mall Wall
Bishop Street Within
Londonderry
BT48 6PU
Telephone
028 7126 6946
Email
info@theverbal.co
Work
"The Centre’s underpinning purpose is the promotion of the language arts, celebration of commonality and diversity, development of knowledge, understanding and excellence in creation, performance and critical practice across the verbal arts forms, together with research, publication and provision of information." (from the Verbal Arts Centre website)
Nature
Educational charity
Organisation Abstract
"The Verbal Arts Centre is an educational charity founded in 1992. The Centre is based in the beautifully refurbished First Derry School, a listed building which occupies a prime location on the double bastion of the city’s walls." (from the Verbal Arts Centre website)

Citation

Verbal Arts Centre and Community Safety Partnership.. (2013). Penned In. Verbal Arts Centre.
Accounts of the Conflict; Accessed: 24 October 2021 <http://accounts.ulster.ac.uk/repo24/items/show/2154>

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