Calling all audiophiles, artists, writers, family historians and the generally curious: During this three-hour workshop, we’ll cover the art of interviewing through interactive exercises and discussion, concluding with a multimedia presentation that surveys a wide range of work rooted in oral history principles/practice: sound installation, poetry, radio ballads, audio tours, museum exhibits, and podcasts. Participants will have a chance to explore the ways in which these ideas may be applicable to their lives and work. All are welcome.
You will receive:
- A “workbook” to help guide your oral history projects and plans
- An e-reader of oral history “greatest hits,” compiled by Oral History Summer School/Suzanne Snider
Sustenance: Light refreshments will be provided.