MOCATalks with CineVision presents How Will This Get Made? An Audio Storytelling Workshop
Where: Museum of Chinese in America
215 Centre St.
212-619-4785 Price: Pay as you Wish
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A deep-dive workshop for anyone interested in starting their own audio storytelling project. Facilitated by local producers from podcasting and public radio, this is a chance to get hands-on with your idea for a podcast, audio documentary, audio drama, oral history, or anything else in the wide field of audio storytelling. This program co-presented by Asian Cinevision and the 42nd Asian American International Film Festival.
James Boo is the co-creator and managing producer of Self Evident, a storytelling podcast that challenges the narratives of our lives by telling Asian America’s stories. He draws on a decade of experience at the intersection of storytelling, team building, and never-being-satisfied-with-that-answer-he-was-given, to create and share resources for creative ownership.
Rochelle Hoi-Yiu Kwan is a National Facilitator at StoryCorps, an oral history project that aims to preserve the stories and connections of our country’s everyday people. She has the honor and privilege of traveling across the country to record and facilitate these conversations between loved ones, acquaintances, and strangers alike. As a young Chinese-American, born and raised in San Francisco, Rochelle has dedicated her efforts at StoryCorps to building and deepening relationships to ensure the preservation of stories from the Asian community — drawing her especially to stories of food, family and community history, and dancing.
Michael Stewart is the producer of the $6.99 Per Pound podcast. His operational and marketing backgrounds blend to create a pragmatic approach to his work. As a mixed race adoptee, Michael is driven to tell the stories of people and communities ignored by the mainstream. His experiences include small business marketing, mentoring youth in foster care, and creating an art-based event for adoptees.
Tickets are pay-as-you-wish and include wine and museum admission.Buy tickets/get more info now