On the Airwaves

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Online, Tuesday 27th July

An online talk that invites broadcasters, performers & podcasters to discuss opportunities afforded by the spoken word to build communities.

About this Event
Alternative media has always been an important mode of communication for building communities and social movements. On the Airwaves invites broadcasters, performers, podcasters to discuss the opportunities afforded by the spoken word. This event considers the rich history of pirate radio stations in Athens (Greece), community radio in Marrickville (Sydney) and podcasting and spoken word from Cork (Ireland).

Guests

Huna Amweero (screenwriter, radio producer), Ainle Ó Cairealláin (podcaster), Raphael Olympio (artist, rapper, activist, youth worker), Dr. Krini Kafiris (a trainer for sustainable organising and gender/media related issues, a researcher and activist)

Facilitator

Fionnuala O’ Connell


Date:
Tuesday 27th July
Time:
10.00am
Price:
Free

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