The Beacon Hill Street Stories project is back in action!
As you may remember from our previous blog post, ASLA, the National Park Service Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance program, and Seattle partners merged storytelling, technology and community culture to creatively engage youth in exploring what makes a walkable neighborhood. Feet First, the Washington Chapter of ASLA, and Seattle Parks & Recreation teamed up to work in Seattle’s Beacon Hill neighborhood on a 5-week hands-on project where youth produced their own videos of what it felt like to move through their community on foot.
Here is a sampling of videos produced by students:
Take a look at the rest of the student-produced videos here.
*Videographer for Beacon Hill Street Stories video: http://ryanbarstow.com/