We want you to design your own submission. Here are a few ideas:
Maybe you’d like to show others what you’ve experienced by drawing, painting, sending screenshots, making a video or by taking photographs.
If you’d prefer to tell your story in words you can send in something in written form – we welcome letters, essays, articles, short stories, rants, poetry and songs.
We’re keen to see workers interviewing workers, or you could record yourself discussing your experiences in your own words.
The important thing is that you tell your story in your own words by whatever tools or means feels most like your own voice.
When submitting your piece please let us know a little about yourself:
Where you are
What you do
We are also happy to anonymise any submission on request.
What we’ll do with your submission
We will use the submissions to produce exhibitions and written publications assessing workers’ experiences of the lockdown. Submissions will initially be exhibited on our website but we may collaborate with other reputable virtual and physical venues to organise exhibitions in the future. All data will be stored confidentially on password protected computer systems. You may withdraw from the project at any time after your submission by emailing us on firstname.lastname@example.org. After this research is completed we intend to destroy our records after submitting them to an appropriate Scottish archive.