DSRC IS INVOLVED IN NUMEROUS DOCUMENTARY PROJECTS AND FEATURE PUBLICATIONS.
While Digital Story Resource Center publications (on-line and in print) will draw significantly from DSRC archives, the project will continue to document people, events and places to add modern interests, as well as expert observations and comparisons with the past.
A few of the most exciting projects include:
--We enjoy Chicago's museums and Von Steuben German-American Day Parade and Oktoberfest 30 years after Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
--We attend the State Fair of Texas as The Kildares wrap up a 20 year career, 17 of those performing at the fair, and we consider the future of Fair Park. (See Imagine a Museum)
--For the 100 Year Anniversary of the National Park-to-Park Highway Association, and the 100 Year Anniversary of the National Park Service, we travel the legendary route (mapped above), and visit many of the nation's best public parks and natural wonders.
--We experience Seattle's EMP (Experience Music Project) Museum and other imaginative downtown sites.
--We attend the All Soul's Procession Weekend in Tucson, Arizona, and stop by a historic Civilian Conservation Corps site in Phoenix.
--We lend support to the historic Daisy Theater on Beale Street in Memphis to produce a public history for future researchers and writers.
--We report on Christmas traditions in New Orleans.
--We document the interesting people and places of "Fort Worthy".
--We present interesting program documents about New Orleans' Mardi Gras Indians for Super Sunday.
--We continue our coverage of New Orlean's French Quarter Festival.
--We return to the National Mall for the Smithsonian Folklife Festival.
There are numerous projects where DSRC coverage will reflect the past, from our archives and historic sources, and provide current features from recent coverage.
The Digital Story Resource Center publishes on-line journals, feature magazines and print publications, maintains archives, provides conservation and documentary services, and offers classes in photography and digital storytelling.
Promotional Announcements and Public Service Messages that appear on Digital Story Resource Center (DSRC) websites are selected specifically for their quality, relevance and respectability. The PAs and PSAs support DSRC websites and make it possible to provide content that is educational, informative and interesting to our visitors.
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