Note: Pao Arts Center will host this month's orientation!
Sometimes getting started is the hardest part. In this orientation, we’ll equip you with the knowledge and lingo to begin your podcast journey.
More than 650 people have attended our popular orientation with the intention of starting their audio journey. After this orientation, you will know:
The landscape of podcast makers, distributors, and listeners
How to identify different podcast styles
The seven steps of producing a podcast - including gear, software, and setting up your RSS Feed
What support the PRX Podcast Garage can offer you
Tickets are $10.
About Pao Arts Center
Through arts, culture, and education, the Pao Arts Center brings together community members across generations to reclaim a critical piece of Chinatown history and to create healthy families and vibrant communities. In partnership with Bunker Hill Community College, Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center opened the Pao Arts Center in 2017 to be Chinatown’s first community-based arts center and Boston’s newly dedicated Asian American and Asian immigrant cultural space. The Pao Arts Center sits on a historically significant piece of land, Parcel 24, where hundreds of Chinatown residents were displaced in the 1960s in order to build a highway on ramp. The reclamation of this land as a place to celebrate and explore Asian culture represents a powerful shift towards community oriented development in the face of rapid change.
The Pao Arts Center is located in the One Greenway building on 99 Albany Street (entrance facing highway on-ramp).
For GPS driving directions, use 66 Hudson Street, Boston, MA 02111. From Hudson Street, walk up the stairs and across the deck to the 99 Albany Street entrance. The public parking garage entrance is on Hudson Street.
The Pao Arts Center is accessible by the MBTA green (Boylston), red (South Station), and orange (Tufts Medical Center/Chinatown) lines.
Buses: 504, 553, 501, 556, 558, 505, 11, 15, SL4, SL5