Listen: Short Food-Themed Docs from Our 2013 Summer Audio Institute

2013 Hearing Is Believing

Students and faculty from the summer 2013 CDS introductory audio institute, Hearing Is Believing. Photograph by Dan Partridge.

Our eleventh annual introductory summer audio institute, Hearing is Believing, wrapped up on July 20 with a celebratory listening event here at the Center for Documentary Studies. Fifteen short documentaries were produced by a record twenty-six participants, who came to Durham from across the country. During the intensive seven-day course, offered through our Continuing Education program, students learn the steps of making an audio documentary while actually creating them: from field recording to shaping the story to assembling the piece using digital editing software.

Listen to the fifteen projects below, all on this year’s theme: food.

Putting Manwich to Shame | Mindy Stricke 

 

Buffalo Jack Kali Borkoski and Aline Wilson  

 

Greene’s Greens | Sarah Filkins and Sarah Michelson 

 

A Pocketful of Calamus Anna Faison and Adrianna Gallo

 

Trimming the Fat, Sparing the Lard Rachel Healy and Thomas Pease 

 

LoMo Market: Takin’ It to the Streets Nellie Gilles and Diana Monroe

 

Little Farm in the City | Lara Nettelfield and Julia O’Hara

 

Leading the Way out of America’s Food Desert | Nancy Leonhardt and Sabine Muscat

 

Joe Van Gogh: An Audio Postcard Pieter Droppert

 

Gathering Grounds | Myra Dettelbach

 

Farmer’s Daughter Max Gottlieb and Melita Schaum

 

Cheese of the Southern Wild | Margaret Jemison and Lindsey Phillips

 

How Do You Like the Food? | Joan Porter

 

The Beer Guy | Seth Ashburn and Grace Mendenhall

 

Beyu in the Triangle | Laurence Etling and Catherine Rierson

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