Creative Studios Berlin and Refuge Worldwide present four weeks of radio workshops
This June and July Refuge Worldwide are presenting a new workshop series in collaboration with Today at Apple Creative Studios and Open Music Lab. The four-week, free-to-attend programme will cover all aspects of radio show creation, including research and interview techniques, audio editing, DJing, microphone training and promotion.
The course will be taught in two groups, one English language and one German, and will run for four weeks from the 13th of June, with sessions held twice a week. Workshops will be held at Oyoun (Lucy-Lameck-Straße 32), studio sessions at Refuge Worldwide (Weserstr. 166) and Pirate Studio Berlin Tempelhof (Bergholzstraße 1-4/Tor 3).
Workshop hosts will include Refuge residents Maryisonacid, CCL and Sarah Farina, journalists Paul Hanford and Caroline Whiteley, plus many more. Mentors will offer hands-on experience, guidance and ongoing support for participants’ creative ideas. At the end of the course, participants will have the opportunity to create shows that will be broadcast on Refuge Worldwide.
Read more and sign up for the workshop series here – German / English. Priority will be given to those with refugee backgrounds, people of colour, people from the LGBTQIA community, women or anyone else who feels that due to their background, they face difficulties accessing the music scene or music education in Berlin.
Johanna Urbancik is the host of the On The Ground podcast, in collaboration with KALTBLUT and Refuge Worldwide. Listen to the podcast here.