Hope to see you at the Getty tomorrow!
Hi! I just wanted to follow up to give you a time for tomorrow! Our special episode of Problematic Radio tapes on the Garden Terrace at the Getty Museum from 1PM-3PM!
Here's the facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1881132525455867/
And the Getty listing: http://www.getty.edu/museum/programs/performances/kchung_radio.html
And our project website: http://www.getty.kchung.news/
A little more about what we'll be talking about (from the Getty's description):
KCHUNG News Radio is in residence at the Getty Center, broadcasting live programs in conjunction with the exhibition "Breaking News: Turning the Lens on Mass Media."
Join us for a live-recording of EPISODE 2:
Virtual Reality News
Sunday, February 5 at 1:00 p.m.
Virtual reality and journalism brings the public to the news. It reenacts and will soon be recording stories in as high resolution as a lens can bear. What are the implications of this for radio journalism and sound? This special broadcast from Problematic Radio (KCHUNG) features a few expert guests who will discuss the potential of virtual reality sound and its implementation in radio journalism, attempting to configure and execute a virtual reality recording of the broadcast.
Featuring Christy Roberts Berkowitz, Jahi Sundance, Hannah Green, Sofia Hultquist, Anne Jimkes, Adam Tillman-Young, and Jonathan Sims.
Join us, or tune in at www.getty.kchung.news
Free, no reservations required.
KCHUNG News Radio is in residence at the Getty Center to create in-depth news programming and build opportunities for spectacle, performance, and live engagement that imagine alternative uses and definitions of the news. Complementing the exhibition Breaking News: Turning the Lens on Mass Media, the residency will produce several episodes, featuring a diverse breadth of content from KCHUNG's artistic community including interviews, performances, and live reporting, to explore both exhibition themes and current events.
Find information on all KCHUNG News Radio's live broadcasts and events at http://www.getty.edu/museum/programs/performances/kchung_radio.html
I'm sooooooooo nervous! But ya know... it's not like I'm an unqualified president. Hope to connect with you tomorrow! Either in person or over the airwaves!