These days, it seems that everyone and their aunt is making a podcast. In this workshop, experienced podcasters Corinne Heyrman and Juliet Gagnon will introduce you to the basics of storytelling and podcasting; they'll teach you the finer points of the trade.
This workshop will be postponed. The new workshop dates will be announced on this website later. At that time the registration will reopen.
So, no stale, dry, talking-head podcasts, but rather dynamic stories to engage your public -- that’s what this series of three workshops is about. By using sound and literary techniques, you will learn how to better reach audiences and achieve that ever-needed valorization or to simply tell stories better.
At the end of this three-workshop series, you will:
- Know how to use basic tools for creating a podcast
- Have gained insight into the potential of podcasts
- Understand the use of sound in podcasting
- Have created a short 2-minute podcast
And who knows….maybe after this crash course, you will take your first steps into a side-career as a podcaster.
This workshop is being organized in collaboration with Watershed: an interdisciplinary literary platform located in Eindhoven and focused on helping makers realize their potential in stories.
Corinne Heyrman (1994) studied word art at the conservatory of Antwerp. She writes and makes podcasts. Her work relates in all forms to society and the question of how art can contribute to it. Corinne worked two years for the podcast Radio Begijnenstraat, made with and for the prisoners of the Antwerp jail. She has also made pieces for Ondercast, Radio KRAS, De Bijsluiter and De Goede Leugen. She is currently working on her debut novel for De Arbeiderspers. She is also the recipient of the WOLK grant for new talent.
Juliet Gagnon MFA-IA (Master of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Arts) teaches Creative and Academic Writing for Literary Platform Watershed and the University of Northampton BA Visual Communications. She is the Artistic Director of Watershed and is responsible for live stage programs such as "Hello Dood", "Het spijt me" and creates and writes podcasts such as Radio Slik, Drie Uur s'Nachts, and is a contributor for podcasts such as Ondercast.
Rules for workshops
Only students* can participate in this workshop: students of universities and of universities of applied sciences (HBO), PhD students and PDEng trainees (from technical and non-technical universities). More info about the rules for workshops.
To attend the three workshop sessions on campus, you will need to show (every time):
- A valid admission ticket (order via the “black order button” on this page)
- A COVID-19 certificate (proof of vaccination, a negative test result, or proof of recovery, presented using the CoronaCheck app)
- Your ID.
Further information about CoronaCheck can be found here.