Join Jon Tjhia in this three day course.
It’s true that audio recording – and thus podcasting – is more approachable to many than it’s ever been. Yet the craft of making something that sounds good, holds interest and resonates with listeners is a skill like any other. What different approaches to audio storytelling might suit writers? What possible experiences can you offer a listener? And how might you approach various forms of collaboration?
Over three extended workshop sessions, you’ll be guided through your own audio production – from conceiving and shaping your ideas to developing your listening and practical skills. Using tools you have at hand or within reach, you’ll share ideas, cultivate your inner (audio) editor and grow intimately familiar with a uniquely social, open-ended medium.
- When: Sundays 29 October, 12 November and 26 November 2023, 10am-4pm
- Where: Online
- With: Jon Tjhia
About the Tutor
Jon Tjhia (Naarm/Melbourne) is an artist, writer and editor working through radio and podcast, literature, photomedia, music and publishing. Some of his recent work is published by Un Magazine, LIMINAL, the Powerhouse Museum and Pantera Press. He’s a member of the Manus Recording Project Collective and a co-founder of Paper Radio. As the Wheeler Centre’s senior digital editor, he co-founded and published the Australian Audio Guide as well as award-winning projects including the digital publication Notes, and The Messenger, a podcast.