2013 UnionDocs Collaborative Fellow Shannon Carroll will present her Southside Stories Audio Walk project at a free panel discussion August 4th from 7-9pm at BRIC Arts Media House in Brooklyn. Entitled “Interactive Media for Social Good,” the event is part of BRIC FLIX, an ongoing “film screening and conversation series.”
Carroll conceived of Southside Stories as part of her time at the CoLAB. The project involves participants following a 35-minute walking route around the neighborhood of South Williamsburg, learning its history through both audio recordings on headphones and conversations with locals.
The discussion will include other interactive media creators, and offers an opportunity to engage with their projects. More information about the event is available on the BRIC site, including a link to RSVP cheap prilosec online . To learn more about Carroll’s Southside Stories, visit the website.
BRIC FLIX: Interactive Media for Social Good (Co-Presented with Made in NY Media Center by IFP)
Purchase online online August 4, 2015
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