Entertainment Magazine: Tucson: Events: November
StoryCorps is coming Tucson,
let your voice be heard
November 19-December 19, 2015
Arizona Public Media will be hosting StoryCorps a nationally recognized mobile story telling organization with a regular weekly feature on National Public Radio and Arizona Public Media. StoryCorp mobile recording studio will be located at Reid Park from November 19-December 19, 10:30 AM-6:30 PM.
The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona (CFSA) is one of a number of community partners who have volunteered to help find and bring forward voices in our community who represent diverse backgrounds and will paint the true picture of our community.
The format for the recording is participants should come in pairs. The participating pairs typically ask each other questions or tell stories of importance in their lives that they would like documented. A trained facilitator/sound engineer is present to guide your discussion if needed.
The recording session takes about 40 minutes and during each time slot participants can speak about anything that they would like. There are no rules.
People are also invited to record in the language of their choice. The recording booth is wheelchair accessible. about After the recording is completed you will be given a cd and your recording will be logged in the Library of Congress. CFSA would also be interested in having your story after for legacy building purposes
If you or someone you know is interested in participating or if you have any questions, please contact [email protected] or [email protected] by November 10th. Limited amount of spots are available.
Mailing address is:
Community Foundation for Southern Arizona
2250 E. Broadway Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85719
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