Call for Participants in Veterans Storytelling Exhibit

William & Mary students, faculty, and staff are invited to share stories in a pop-up exhibition across campus entitled Faces of Veterans. Stories can be told in creative formats, as long as they can be consumed and stored digitally.  Exhibit displays will consist of electronic tablets and audio headphones to facilitate an interactive story experience for the audience.

A color image of the Christoher Wren Building at William & Mary where an unsaturated, black and white soldier walks past carrying equipment as if going to war.

The 2019 Veterans Storytelling Event will provide insight into the experience of service-members transitioning out of the military and into the world of higher education.

Submissions should ideally focus on stories about a veteran’s civilian life before the military, military experiences, and the transition back into civilian life, particularly into higher education. Further discussion could include reasons for enlistment, combat experiences, and the effects that the military experiences have had on the their lives or the lives of others. 

Not a storyteller? 

You don’t have to be!

A digital storytelling workshop will be held on Thursday, April 4th, 2019 at 5pm to assist participants in achieving their project goals and will provide tools to aid in the story design process.The workshop will take place in Swem’s Ford classroom.

This project is made possible by a generous grant from the Diversity Endowment through the Office of Diversity & Inclusion at William & Mary.

The Faces of Veterans exhibit will take place May 4- May 27, 2019.  

RSVP for the workshop. 

RSVP for a place in the exhibition.

How to Submit a Project: email project to Leslie Cropper by May 2nd at