The fonds contains records from the Queerspawn Digital Storytelling Project dating from 1942 to 2021. It includes photographs, art installations, artwork, podcasts, audio stories, essays and video created by the thirteen project participants. Project participants were based out of Canada, the Unite…
7 Microsoft Word Documents.- 25 JPEG images.-1 PDF document.-7 MPEG-4 audio files.- 2 WAV audio files.- 5 MPEG-4 video files.- 1 PNG image
History / Biographical
The Queerspawn Digital Storytelling Project was spearheaded by Sadie Epstein-Fine, creative and operational lead with community support from Makeda Zook in 2021. The goal of the project was to provide participants of all ages with one or more LGBTQ2+ parent(s) a way to explore aspects of the queerspawn experience through digital content creation. Over the course of 5 months, the Queerspawn project participants met virtually to share space and build community. They explored different ways to get into their stories and experiences. The project included 13 participants, who created video, art projects and installations, audio stories, podcasts and essays, exploring how their identities and life experiences have intersected with their queerspawn identity.
The Queerspawn Project was made possible through the International Centre for Arts for Social Change’s FUTURES/Forward Program and The ArQuives: Canada’s LGBTQ2+ Archives.
Scope and Content
The fonds contains records from the Queerspawn Digital Storytelling Project dating from 1942 to 2021. It includes photographs, art installations, artwork, podcasts, audio stories, essays and video created by the thirteen project participants. Project participants were based out of Canada, the United States and Australia.
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Original order was maintained. Records are arranged by the creators.