Hear that? It could be your new audio project. Join the Brass Tacks team on Tuesday, October 12 11am-1pm for a one-shot workshop into how to conceive, execute and share your podcast idea. Full description and instructor bio below.
Brass Tacks is a new project of HPG and the Southern Futures Initiatives that invites attendees to sharpen their skills in a series of professional development opportunities with special guest teachers. Along with a group of peers, attendees will gain confidence that’ll serve you in the academy and beyond.
From The Ground Up: Building A Podcast That Works For You From Development To Distribution
Tuesday, October 12, 11-1pm
This workshop with multi-hyphenate audio producers Aurelia Belfield and Tamara Kissane digs into key foundational questions for aspiring podcast producers, and lays the groundwork for developing and producing a podcast in your area of choice.
Virtual Meeting via Zoom
About the Instructors:
Aurelia Belfield is a professional multi-hyphenate drawn to storytelling in all mediums. She’s proud to have worked as: a performer in several regional productions and world premieres, a director of theatrical works, a produced playwright, an executive producer of audio works, and a member of The Guild Of Music Supervisors. Her film and television credits include: Netflix, National Geographic, Discovery Networks, and more.
Tamara Kissane is a Durham-based playwright, theatre-maker, parent, and podcaster for Artist Soapbox (www.artistsoapbox.org) currently at 146 episodes. In 2020, Tamara was the Piedmont Laureate and received Outstanding Contribution to the Arts from Chatham Life & Style. She has produced, written, and directed audio dramas including the Declaration of Love Anthology (2020), The New Colossus (2020), Master Builder (2019), Creekside with Winona (2021), and several in development.