Applications are now open for the first round of Traveling Workshops, which begin this June in Catalina Island, CA.
From the Organizer
When we started up our eight-week-long, career-launching Transom Story Workshops, lots of people asked if we could do some introductory training in audio narrative in shorter bursts, and maybe in other locations besides Cape Cod. The answer is finally, yes.
Starting this summer, we will offer Transom Traveling Workshops in various parts of the country. These are short, one-day to one-week workshops suited to the needs of our collaborative hosts. Check here for all the details.
Applications are now open for a one-week introductory course for beginning radio producers to be held on Catalina Island off the coast of Southern California, June 16th-21st. The workshop will be hosted by community radio station KISL and taught by Rob Rosenthal, the lead instructor of the Transom Story Workshop. Applications close on March 8th.
We’ll announce more workshops soon. If you’d like to talk with us about hosting a Traveling Workshop in your home town or to add your name to our Workshop email list, write to us at info [at] Transom [dot] org.
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