The Three Dimensional Story Project (3DSP) is a collection of stories chronicling events set in the abandoned Naval Shipyard in North Charleston, South Carolina. The stories were discovered and written by the Scribes, a group of creative writing students taught by Junius Wright at the Academic Magnet High School. All of the stories refer to what the Scribes call “The Event”, an occurrence of an unspecified nature which caused people to abandon the structures in the shipyard area. The project features eight sites where the Scribes "discovered" stories and artifacts that reveal mysterious details related to "The Event". Click on one of the images below or from the list on the menu to the right to visit a project site and learn more. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE CITY PAPER ARTICLE PROFILING THE 3DSP PROJECT
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ARTIFACTS
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Tom Long Legs Talisman
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SHIPYARD HISTORY

Please note that the structures described in the Three Dimensional Story Project are privately owned and it is illegal to enter these structures without prior permission from the respective property owners. Individuals knowingly entering these structures will be subject to prosecution for criminal trespass.






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3DSP was inspired by
Eames Demetrios' global work of three dimensional storytelling known as Kcymaerxthaere. In February Demetrios visited the Academic Magnet High School and shared his three dimensional storytelling methods with the 3DSPscribes. In May of 2011, Demetrios installed three of his Kcymaerxthaere markers in Charleston and his work was featured at the Halsey Institute May 27-July 15. Visit Demetrios' Kcymaerxthaere site to discover more about his parallel world.
The 3DSP was made possible through financial support from the amazing Partners In Education (PIE). Thank you!