Podcast Making and Editing Workshops
FREE workshops with sound artist Paul Nataraj at Blackburn Museum
PLEASE NOTE: In line with guidance issued by the Government over social distancing, these events have been cancelled until further notice.
Join us during the Easter Holidays for the opportunity to record and create your own podcast.
Do you live on Whalley Range, or do you have memories and stories of Whalley range?
Come along to develop the skills needed to tell your own stories as a podcast, by learning how to record and edit sound.
No need to book, drop in welcome. Not suitable for children under 12 and those over must be supervised.
These workshops are part of the Kick Down the Barriers project led by Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery, exploring Blackburn communities that have been publicly labelled as “segregated” and “divided” on national press, media and social channels. Using engaged arts practice alongside written enquiry and research, communities will collaborate to challenge these stigmas that tarnish their town.
Further details about Kick Down the Barriers can be found on the social media platforms below:
Facebook: Kick Down The Barriers