Mobile Stop: Charleston, WV – StoryCorps
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Mobile Stop: Charleston, WV

Mobile Stop: Charleston, WV

StoryCorps is partnering with West Virginia Public Broadcasting to record, preserve, and share the stories of Charleston from September 9 to October 7, 2018.


Our first round of appointments open to the public on August 27th. Our second round opens on September 11th. Click the button below starting at 10am on August 27th to make a reservation.


MobileBooth Location

Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences of West Virginia

The Mobile Booth will be located in front of the Clay Center with designated participant parking available on Clay Square.

What to Expect

For great tips on how to prepare for your recording, visit our What to Expect page. We also have a list of Great Questions you can use during your interview.

Become a Community Partner

Our goal is to make the StoryCorps recording experience accessible to all. One way we do that is by partnering with local organizations that serve diverse populations. StoryCorps interviews celebrate the voices and milestones in your community and encourage meaningful interactions between your organization and the people you serve. Community partnerships are free of charge, and conversations can be recorded in any language.

To learn more about the benefits of community partnership and our partner criteria, contact mobiletour@storycorps.org.

Major Support for the MobileBooth Tour

Provided by Corporation for Public Broadcasting • Cancer Treatment Centers of America • Subaru

In partnership with the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress.