Our pals at Goethe's Hear Now series are hosting an audio event on Tues Nov 15th (details below) so...you should attend...AND we moved the next DC Listening Lounge so that you can. It's now on:
WEDNESDAY Nov 16th (*note the date is a Wednesday*)
Please bring any combination of audio (limit excerpts to 6min or less), food, drink and friends to share.
When: WED NOV 16 , 7:30pm-10pm
Address: Bond's Apartment
Blair Mill Road (email for details)
Silver Spring, MD, 20910
Questions: Call Bond at (email for number)
Other cool audio stuff happening: Get outdoors and start crunching some leaves.
From Beth@ Vanalen: Hope you can join for one or both events this Saturday. The events are public programs organized by Van Alen Institute with site-specific artistic interventions including, mixtapes of local histories and multimedia explorations of demographic shifts. Both events are Crossing the Street initiative projects funded by Office of Planning and the Kresge Foundation. Please let me know if you have any questions and hope to see you on Saturday.
Intersection Mixtape will take place on November 12, 12–3 p.m. at the lot at corner of Bates and North Capitol Streets NW. You will receive a free mixtape (CD!) - this is a sound portrait of the neighborhood!
Playback Your Story will take place on November 12, 4–7 p.m. at Olmsted Green at Gallaudet University at 800 Florida Avenue NE. Enter through the gate across from Union Market on 6 Street NE. https://www.vanalen.org/events/playback-your-story/
You Are Invited: Tuesday, November 15, 7 – 8:30 pm
Goethe-Institut, 1990 K St. NW, 20th St. entrance
Takoma Radio Takes to the Air!
Launched on July 16, WOWD-LP (aka Takoma Radio) is sharing Driveway Moments for the first time. WOWD is DC’s latest low-power FM station, broadcasting at 94.3 FM and streaming at TakomaRadio.org. This evening will present news about the station’s progress and how to get involved.
Guest Sound Artist Dianne Ballon presents Musical Instrument Dreams
Hear Now, an informal group of local producers and radiophiles, presents cutting-edge listening experiences and discussions as well as a chance to hear what’s going on in public radio across the country and around the world.
No charge. RSVP at www.goetheinstitutwashington.eventbrite.com
Goethe-Institut Washington, 1990 K St. NW, Suite 03 (20th Street entrance) (Metro: Farragut North/West/Foggy Bottom)