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Saturday, May 21 • 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Borderless Radio FULL

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This participatory program is especially suited for novice-to-seasoned event producers, curators, and artists. The conversation addresses the idea of radio not just as a participatory medium, but as a platform for multidisciplinary events that transcend typical boundaries. The moderators present tangible examples from previous festivals, broadcasts, gatherings, and other events that enhanced site-specific elements and promoted psychogeographic practices in order to push audiences to experience beyond time and place.

Participants are encouraged to bring examples from existing events, as well as new concepts for pushing audiences to listen and to create within multidisciplinary environments.

** If you successfully register for this workshop, please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the session. Those not in attendance 5-minutes before the session begins, may forfeit their spot to the next person on the waitlist.

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Talent
avatar for Shani Aviram (Megapolis)

Shani Aviram (Megapolis)

Shani Aviram is the programming director for Megapolis Audio Festival as well as a composer, sound designer, and radio producer. She has worked with Reduced Listening productions and acclaimed podcasts Love+Radio and The Heart. Her work with The Heart has been featured on Australian... Read More →
avatar for Justin Grotelueschen (Megapolis)

Justin Grotelueschen (Megapolis)

Justin is the co-founder and Managing Director of MEGAPOLIS and has a long-standing interest in musique concrete, noise, improvisation, and looping. Before MEGAPOLIS, he worked or volunteered for public, community, and campus radio stations and related media organizations for 13... Read More →

Program Themes
avatar for Radio & the Radiophonic

Radio & the Radiophonic

“Radio” today describes an idea as much as any particular communications technology. It has been almost one hundred years since the first wireless broadcasts for entertainment, and radio seems livelier than ever: from AM, to FM, to HAM, to satellite, with internet streaming... Read More →



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