Posts Tagged 'Radio Show'

IMA students and alumni on radio show

February 5 2013No Commented

Categorized Under: news

IMA alumna Sasha Wortzel, IMA alumni and students featured in –
Radio show “Romantic Friendship”:
Queer feminist radio show: REMAKES
http://bboxradio.com/romantic-friendship/1301-remakes.html

IMA Radio: 8th Show

April 29 2010No Commented

Categorized Under: event, IMA radio, news

IMA Radio: Sam, Sasha & Cassie | Live Weds. 11am-12pm
Podcast http://brie.cuny.hunter.edu
imaradioshow@gmail.com

04.28,2010
This Week’s Show

Interview with IMA students Flonia Telegrafi & Angela LaSalle
Flonia Telegrafi & Angela LaSalle discuss Growing the South Bronx — the documentary they are producing with fellow IMA student Liz Knafo as part of Professor Tami Gold’s course “Media Community Advocacy and the Urban Environment.”

Audio piece: “Breathing 5 Trains in Muncie” by IMA alumna Andrea Callard

IMA Radio: 7th Show

April 22 2010No Commented

Categorized Under: event, IMA radio, news

IMA Radio: Sam, Sasha & Cassie | Live Weds. 11am-12pm
Podcast http://brie.cuny.hunter.edu
imaradioshow@gmail.com

04.21,2010
This Week’s Show

Interview with Michael Gitlin
Experimental documentary filmmaker and Hunter College Professor Michael Gitlin discusses his new documentary The Earth Is Young.

Audio piece: “Turning Points Part II” by Fountain House members

Music by The Dancing Cigarettes

IMA Radio: 6th Show

April 14 2010No Commented

Categorized Under: IMA radio, news

IMA Radio: Sam, Sasha & Cassie | Live Weds. 11am-12pm
imaradioshow@gmail.com

April 14, 2010
This Week’s Show

Interview with Kathy Conkwright.
Hunter IMA student Kathy Conkwright. talks to IMA Radio about her new feature documentary Southern Belle.

Audio piece by Graham Atkin, Chris Moyer, and Sasha Wortzel, “Turning Points ”

Turning Points is a collection of recordings of monologues, music, and short scenes exploring personal experiences with the stigma of mental illness. This audio project was created to be shared with friends, family, psychiatrists, and social workers with the intention to create critical dialogue around the subject of mental illness and recovery.