Interesting people sharing cool things they love...
Five Things invites some of today’s most talented and successful producers, artists, writers and thinkers to share five things – audio, visuals, books, objects or something else entirely – that have shaped their creative practice over time. Or that inform how they approach their work now. Or, simply enough, that they dig, and want to share with you.
Five Things is an ongoing series at the Podcast Garage hosted by Radiotopia's Julie Shapiro. We're joined this month by Kaitlin Prest, host and co-founder of The Heart - the award-winning podcast about the complicated ways intimacy and humanity intersect.
Tickets are $10 and on sale here. We will have wine, refreshments, and Kaitlin's favorite snacks on hand.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and we'll kick things off at 7:00 p.m.
ABOUT KAITLIN PREST (THE HEART)
Kaitlin is the creative director and host of Radiotopia’s The Heart, where she explores intimacy through innovative approaches to sound and storytelling. In 2015 she was the first podcaster to win the prestigious Prix Italia Award, for radio play Movies In Your Head. Her documentary work was awarded the Third Coast International’s Gold Award for Best Documentary(2016) and the Hearsay Festival’s Overall Prize (2014). Her work in radio, podcasting, performance and installation have been featured at audio festivals and conferences around the world.
ABOUT JULIE SHAPIRO (RADIOTOPIA)
Julie is the executive producer of Radiotopia from PRX - a curated network of extraordinary, story-driven podcasts. From 2014-15, she was the executive producer of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Creative Audio Unit. In 2000 she co-founded the Third Coast International Audio Festival, where as artistic director she prioritized innovative audio and a cross-pollinating international listening culture. Shapiro has taught radio to university students, presented at conferences all over the globe, and produced stories for the airwaves and podcasts in the US and beyond. Find her online at @jatomic.