Sold-out podcasting workshop at The Brunswick Club BEEF HQ.
Learn how to make a podcast in a day! Beginners welcome.
The podcasting workshop will be a hands-on day of making, learning and listening.
- Learn recording and interview skills.
- Practise editing and mixing audio.
- Learn where to publish and promote your creations.
- Take your own podcast away with you at the end of the day.
The workshop is led by BEEF member Eliza Lomas who has produced podcasts and radio programmes for BBC Radio 4, 1Xtra, the National Portrait Gallery, Crack Magazine, Monocle, ABC Radio & more.
This workshop requires your own laptop.
£30. Please email email@example.com for questions.
The Brunswick Club in central Bristol is the temporary home of a new and exciting experimental group of artists’ collectives, whose ethos of exploration and ‘can-do’ approach to art work will permeate this workshop day.
Women, Data & The Future is a collaboration between Knowle West Media Centre and the research programme Productive Margins: Regulating for Engagement, University of Bristol and is funded by the ESRC.
Women, Data & The Future explores women’s relationships with, and experiences of, data and includes artwork made in collaboration with the young women by artists Stefanie Posavec, Erica Jewell, Eliza Lomas, Amak Mahmoodian, Charlotte Biszewski and Lizzie Philps. I showed the women how to become confident using recording equipment and taught them interview techniques. They used recorders to capture each others’ reflections on stalking, Instagram ‘terms & conditions’ and data privacy.
For my part in the project, I showed the two groups of women how to become confident using recording equipment and taught interview techniques. They used recorders to capture each others’ reflections on stalking, Instagram ‘terms & conditions’ and data privacy.
The final podcast I produced was a sonic snapshot of Women, Data & The Future led entirely by the participant’s voices and interviews, recorded during the workshops.