Imagine, finally telling “THAT” person your side of the story  … describing feelings you didn’t reveal at the time.

A HEARTFELT VIDEO WITH PARTICIPANTS READING THE LETTERS AND TALKING ABOUT THEIR VIEWS ON HOW TO HANDLE THE SITUATIONS – click the arrow in the middle of the photo below:

A “Telling Stories Through Visuals” Center for Folk and Community Art Outreach Project

Below is a compilation of Letters and Art by Miami-Dade County North Miami Senior High School Students. Can also be viewed on www.Scribd.com (and downloaded).

Time has gone by and you are still thinking about that incident (or two). You replay in your mind what you would have liked to have said or done. Well, it’s never too late to accept and let go of these unresolved feelings. The best way is to write a letter (anonymously) to that someone. Then, illustrate what you wrote.

“My Side of the Story – Letters and Art” is a Telling Stories Through Visuals outreach project produced by Center for Folk and Community Art. Facilitated by artists Dena Stewart and Stewart Stewart, letter-writing stimulated critical thinking and self-analysis. Drawing helped to visualize the interaction and clarify thoughts. ­­

Experiences were shared, conversations were started, understanding was gained, and respect was developed.

The combination of writing about a situation and illustrating what took place, helped to clarify thoughts, identify feelings, and either let go of negativity or express gratitude.

Original Music by Stephan Mikes