Down East 2013 ©
Ten groups of Salt Institute for Documentary Studies students visited the Oxford County Fair in Oxford, Maine and each found their own story to tell. Part 7 of 11 looks at all the hands that go into making the fair what it is.
“Our hands reach out and put things together, or take them apart, and that’s especially true for the hands at the Oxford County Fair. From one hand to another, we expect to see money exchanged, food eaten, trash thrown away, and garbage picked up, but what does the fair show us about our hands that we don’t expect? With hands as our tour guide, we unearth a surprising backstory for the Oxford County Fair.” — Produced by Barton Girdwood and Kristin Moe
Salt Stories features the work of students at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies , a 15-week educational program training aspiring writers, radio producers, and photographers in the art of nonfiction storytelling.