This will not be a technical “how to make a podcast presentation,” but focuses on the method Amy Campbell has cobbled together as a creative who shares stories of the people in our region who produce, prepare, and preserve our “foodways” and agricultural products. The podcast is just the medium at the end of a long process. She will demonstrate step by step the process she uses in research, interviews, editing, website use, and formation of her radio show and weekly podcasts. You will not need to bring anything but a pen and paper to write down a few notes.
Campbell is a Knoxville native and an advocate of art and farming. She holds a BFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design and an MFA in Graphic Design from UTK. She is a former professor of Fine Art at Maryville College and Carson Newman University. Her portraits of farmers, southern food “saints,” and regional icons hang in J.C. Holdway and Walnut Kitchen restaurants.
The Knoxville Writers’ Guild requests a $2 donation at the door. This helps defray our rent for meeting space and entitles you to drawings for door prizes (when we have them).
Making a Podcast with Amy Campbell
May 2, 2019
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm