The Columbia University Oral History Master of Arts Program is pleased to announce its 2017-2018 workshop series:
Oral History and the Arts
Oral history is an art. The practice of oral history is creative -- in interviews we make narratives together with our interviewees, imagining worlds, telling stories, creating characters. This year, we will explore the many intersections of oral history and the arts, asking what unique contributions an oral history approach can make to artistic practice, and how oral history can help us to think about art and its role in the world.
Interviewing artists: intersubjectivity and visuality
A History of Echoes-Part 2: Sound of Trans Freedom
For more information, please email Amy Starecheski, Co-Director of OHMA, at email@example.com.
All events are free and open to the public in Knox Hall 509, 606 W 122nd Street, New York, New York 10027. Refreshments will be served.