09 September 2015

I Was Here: True micro-stories set where you stand

Melbourne publishing venture, Chart Collective invites you to share your private moments of joy and catastrophe in the multi-site publishing project, 'I Was Here'.

The objective of the project is to achieve a freely accessible, multi-site publication which overlays the city’s exterior with the community’s intimate interior landscapes.

Running as part of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects Festival - This Public Life, you have until Monday 5 October to share anonymous true stories set in the streets, laneways, parks and buildings of the Melbourne CBD. The catch is, the story you submit must be told in 300 characters or less.

Chosen stories will be printed on posters (one story per poster) and installed near the site where the story took place. The objective of the project is to achieve a freely accessible, multi-site publication which overlays the city’s exterior with the community’s intimate interior landscapes.

Chart Collective is a not-for-profit publishing venture concerned with exploring the ways our stories are woven into our environments and places.

To submit your story and for more information, go to Chart Collective.

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