Podcasting for the Arts with Reduced Listening

Somerset House Studios, WC2R

27 Mar 2019 - 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM

Podcasting for the Arts with Reduced Listening

Free, booking required

If you would like to attend please send a maximum of 100 words describing why you and/or your organisation's attendance would be useful.

Please email the Research and Development Coordinator to attend

A workshop exploring the role podcasts and bespoke audio content can play for art institutions.

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Over the course of the day, participants will be guided through the landscape of arts radio and podcasts. The workshop will examine ways to capture the editorial voice and curatorial approach of an art institution, and include a developmental session expanding attendees’ ideas for a distinctive podcast series. This workshop will be led by Reduced Listening, an audio production company specialising in arts and culture programmes including The Serpentine Podcast and Late Junction on BBC Radio 3.

This workshop is free of charge. If you would like to attend please send a maximum of 100 words describing why you and/or your organisation's attendance would be useful to: [email protected].

Special thanks to Somerset House Studios.

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