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Spotlight on Upcoming Continuing Education Class: Two-Weekend “Audio Slideshows” Workshop

Photograph by Indaia Whitcombe

Photograph by Indaia Whitcombe

Register now for the two-weekend “Audio Slideshows” class offered through our Continuing Education program. Students will learn best practices for gathering original audio and taking compelling photographs in order to construct a 5- to 6-minute audio slideshow. With instructors Phoebe Judge and Indaia Whitcombe, the class will examine collaborations between photographers and audio producers, as well as techniques for successfully blending the two media. Students should come with a project in mind; if they choose to, students are also welcome to work in pairs—a photographer and an audio producer.

Audio Slideshows class
Saturdays and Sundays, October 5–6 and 12–13, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Center for Documentary Studies
1317 W. Pettigrew St., Durham, North Carolina

Read more and register for the class here. To view all classes offered during the Fall 2013 semester, click here

Phoebe Judge is a radio host, reporter, and producer. She is a frequent contributor to The Story. She served as the Gulf Coast reporter for Mississippi Public Broadcasting, and before that, as a reporter for WCAI on Cape Cod. She is a graduate of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and Bennington College. She has won multiple Edward R. Murrow awards and several Associated Press awards. Her work has been heard on NPR and a number of national radio shows.

Indaia Whitcombe studied sociocultural anthropology at Bennington College in Vermont. Over the last six years, she has worked on community projects in Kenya, lived on the Hopi reservation in Arizona, conducted fieldwork with Berber agropastoralists in Morocco, taught at a rural boarding school in Namibia, and documented life on the Ganges in India. She has brought her photographic eye to all of these experiences. Indaia was a recent Lewis Hine Documentary Fellow, where she spent the past year documenting South Boston. She received the Certificate in Documentary Arts at CDS in December 2012.

 

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