It seems like everywhere you look, people are talking about storytelling. But what about STORYMAKING?

What does it take to craft a great story, on paper, on stage, on the air, and on camera? How do story makers organize their ideas, edit their work, create habits and practices, and find inspiration? We want to know, and figure you do, too.

RETN is partnering with local media, literary, and arts organizations to bring insightful conversation and practical resources together, in six monthly events February – July. Listen and participate in talks with Vermont story makers, facilitated by Gin Ferrara of Spindle & Widget, with Burlington Writers Workshop, the Young Writers Project, VCAM, WBTV-LP, and more. Get inspired to tell your own story at our July event: a Pecha Kucha presentation!

Each conversation is recommended for ages 12 and up.

All events will be held at the new Media Factory, RETN and VCAM’s event, studio and classroom space at 208 Flynn Avenue. DIRECTIONS

Recording Life: Conversations on the Process, Art, and Work of Audio Recording

Erica Heilman
HOSTED BY: Rumble Strip Vermont and WBTV-LP

Thursday, March 10, 2016
Doors open 5:30 | Conversation begins 6 p.m.

REGISTER  Tickets are Pay-What-You-Can. | LIMITED SEATING. Register now! 

erica recording

Erica Heiman produces a podcast called Rumble Strip Vermont. Her independent radio work has aired on NPR’s Day to Day, Hearing Voices, SOUNDPRINT, KCRW’s UnFictional, and on major public radio affiliates across the country. Prior to her work in audio, Erica worked in documentary television in New York City. She produced programming for WNET, HBO and ABC News.

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