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Using Your Voice to Tell Stories

The will be held on Sunday, April 1, 2012
From 09:00 AM until 05:00 PM

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Located in : Center for Documentary Studies, CDS Auditorium
Instructor: Katie Davis

Regular Student: $150.00

Students will bring in a short piece of writing that they have voiced or would like to voice, and we will work on delivery. Students will then revise the writing to adjust to their voice. We will also listen as a class to various examples of voice work from radio. (7 hours)

Katie Davis has been working in public radio for thirty years. Her experience includes wide-ranging production and on air work at National Public Radio, where she’s been a reporter, commentator, and host. Her series Neighborhood Stories airs on All Things Considered, This American Life, and Hearing Voices. Her work is included in Reality Radio: Telling True Stories in Sound from UNC Press and the Center for Documentary Studies. Davis is currently senior producer of the nationally syndicated series The Story. She is opening the show up to independent voices and sound work.

Additional Information

Course fee discount for both courses, AU125SP12 and AU126SP12: $250.


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